Dr. Goodney is a vascular surgeon, health services researcher who maintains an active clinical practice in vascular surgery, at both Dartmouth Hitchcock and the VA Medical Center in White River Junction, and he enjoys performing a wide spectrum of open and endovascular procedures for patients with vascular disease.
After joining the faculty at Dartmouth in 2008, he received an NIH K08 Career Development Award in 2010, and the Lifeline Research Award from the Society for Vascular Surgery (SVS) in 2011. Over the last eight years, with funding from NIH, AHRQ, VA, FDA, PCORI, and others, Dr. Goodney has enjoyed studying ways to help patients obtain the best results when they face surgical treatments using observational approaches and clinical trials.
Within the Vascular Quality Initiative, the SVS’s quality improvement program, Dr. Goodney is Chair of the Research Advisory Committee. Within the VA Outcomes Group, he co-leads mentorship activities for 15 clinician-investigators, recruits and trains fellows, and organizes a data analytic core. With Drs. Art Sedrakyan and Jack Cronenwett, he leads efforts funded by FDA to develop the Vascular Implant Surveillance and Interventional Outcomes Network (VISION), a claims/registry-based surveillance distributed research network for vascular care. He is a member of the American Surgical Association, and serves on a variety of editorial boards for journals in surgery, cardiovascular care, and health services research.