Research Expertise & Professional Interests
Mark Meterko, PhD, is a research associate professor at the Boston University School of Public Health in the Department of Health Law, Policy and Management. His research interests include survey methodology, measurement development and psychometrics. Dr. Meterko has applied these interests most often in the assessment of patient experience of, and satisfaction with, their health care, but he has also worked and published in a variety of other content domains including self-reported functional status, symptomatology of traumatic brain injury and PTSD, organization culture, and healthcare safety climate. Since 1994 he has been involved with the Veterans Health Administration where he was a principal investigator in the Health Services Research and Development Service for 11 years, and currently serves as the senior survey methodologist for the VA national patient experience survey program. In addition to his published papers, Dr. Meterko has served as a peer reviewer for numerous journals including Medical Care, Health Services Research, the Journal of General Internal Medicine and the Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation, as well as serving as a mentor to BUSPH doctoral candidates whose studies involved survey research.