Amir Meiri, M.D. is in his second year of the Harvard Medical School (HMS) General Medicine and Primary Care (GIM) Fellowship in the Department of Population Medicine (DPM) at HMS and the Harvard Pilgrim Health Care Institute. He is also the inaugural Delivery System Science Fellow jointly offered by DPM and Atrius Health. He received his undergraduate degree in Biology from Tufts University and graduated from medical school from The George Washington University School of Medicine. During his GIM fellowship, Dr. Meiri works with Dr. Frank Wharam and Dr. Dennis Ross-Degnan on the implications of drug pricing on health outcomes among the diabetes populations, specifically focused on better understanding the impact of insurance benefit design on insulin costs and pricing among a population with diabetes. During his Delivery System Science Fellowship, Dr. Meiri will delve deeper into understanding how health systems function, bridging the operations-side of healthcare delivery to the research side, working on more operationally-focused projects within Atrius, using research to inform institutional change. Clinically, Dr. Meiri practices at Atrius Health in Adult Urgent Care and at the Boston Veterans Administration (VA) West Roxbury hospital as a hospitalist and emergency department provider.