Prachi Sanghavi

Assistant Professor
Research Summary
Prachi Sanghavi is a health policy researcher who uses empirical methods to study comparative effectiveness of health care services, quality of care measurement, and population health. Her current projects include assessment of: (1) the effect of ambulance type, transport distance, and hospital quality on outcomes after out-of-hospital medical emergencies, (2) nursing home-reported data for patient safety and quality of care measurement, (3) the association between physician provision of low-value care and their patients' reported experiences, and (4) the health effects of hydraulic fracturing for natural oil and gas.
Keywords
Pre-hospital care, Trauma, Fracking, Long term care, Healthcare quality measurement, Burn injuries, Low-value services, Medicare, Medicaid
Education
  • Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, PhD Health Policy (Evaluative Science and Statistics) 05/2015
  • Cornell University, Ithaca, NY, BS Electrical and Computer Engineering 05/2004
Awards & Honors
  • 2009 - Graduate Student Fellowship Harvard University
  • 2010 - Graduate Research Fellowship National Science Foundation
  • 2013 - Disseration Completion Fellowship Harvard University
  • 2013 - Dissertation Award (R36) Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality
  • 2015 - Harvard Horizons Scholar Harvard University
Publications
  1. Trickey K, Hadjimichael N, Sanghavi P. Public reporting of hydraulic fracturing chemicals in the USA, 2011-18: a before and after comparison of reporting formats. Lancet Planet Health. 2020 05; 4(5):e178-e185. View in: PubMed

  2. Bhalla K, Sanghavi P. Fire-related deaths among women in India are underestimated. Lancet. 2020 03 07; 395(10226):779-780. View in: PubMed

  3. Sanghavi P, Pan S, Caudry D. Assessment of nursing home reporting of major injury falls for quality measurement on nursing home compare. Health Serv Res. 2020 Apr; 55(2):201-210. View in: PubMed

  4. Gorges RJ, Sanghavi P, Konetzka RT. A National Examination Of Long-Term Care Setting, Outcomes, And Disparities Among Elderly Dual Eligibles. Health Aff (Millwood). 2019 07; 38(7):1110-1118. View in: PubMed

  5. Sanghavi P, Jena AB, Newhouse JP, Zaslavsky AM. Is Prehospital Advanced Life Support Harmful? Ann Intern Med. 2016 07 05; 165(1):70-1. View in: PubMed

  6. Sanghavi P, Jena AB, Newhouse JP, Zaslavsky AM. Outcomes of Basic Versus Advanced Life Support for Out-of-Hospital Medical Emergencies. Ann Intern Med. 2016 07 05; 165(1):69-70. View in: PubMed

  7. Sanghavi P, Jena AB, Newhouse JP, Zaslavsky AM. Outcomes of Basic Versus Advanced Life Support for Out-of-Hospital Medical Emergencies. Ann Intern Med. 2015 Nov 03; 163(9):681-90. View in: PubMed

  8. Sanghavi P, Jena AB, Zaslavsky AM. Basic vs Advanced Life Support for Out-of-Hospital Cardiac Arrest--Reply. JAMA Intern Med. 2015 Aug; 175(8):1423. View in: PubMed

  9. Sanghavi P, Jena AB, Newhouse JP, Zaslavsky AM. Outcomes after out-of-hospital cardiac arrest treated by basic vs advanced life support. JAMA Intern Med. 2015 Feb; 175(2):196-204. View in: PubMed

  10. Sanghavi P. Using culpability analysis to infer crash risk requires unrealistic assumptions: author's response to: culpability analysis is still a valuable technique. Int J Epidemiol. 2014 Feb; 43(1):272-3. View in: PubMed

  11. Sanghavi P. Commentary: culpability analysis won't help us understand crash risk due to cell phones. Int J Epidemiol. 2013 Feb; 42(1):267-9. View in: PubMed

  12. Sanghavi P, Bhalla K, Das V. Fire-related deaths in India in 2001: a retrospective analysis of data. Lancet. 2009 Apr 11; 373(9671):1282-8. View in: PubMed