Director of Quality Improvement

Megan Loucks joined DCPCA in September 2017. As Director of Quality Improvement, she is responsible for leading quality improvement initiatives and clinical data analytics projects to support health centers. Through data-driven technical assistance and training, DCPCA’s quality improvement projects aim to equip health centers with the tools they need to provide high quality care.


With more than 12 years of experience in health care, Megan has training in public health and expertise in project management, quality measurement, strategic planning, and policy analysis. Prior to joining DCPCA, Megan was an Associate at Booz Allen Hamilton, where she largely supported the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) in the development and implementation of quality rating and improvement programs.


Megan is passionate about the power of primary care to improve health outcomes for all. Her first experience in community health centers was in New York City, where she worked in development and program design for a network of nine clinics. Since that time, her work in health care has included analysis of the financial health of community health centers, process improvement for organizations running mobile health clinics, as well as assessments of health system quality and hospital revenue cycles.


Megan has lived in Washington, DC since 2013. She received her bachelor’s from Brown University and a master’s in Health Policy and Management from the Harvard School of Public Health.