Rosina Pradhananga, M.P.H. is a Senior Manager at AcademyHealth, where she oversees projects focused on health services research, population health, and data science. She directs community building work for the AcademyHealth and ABIM Foundation Research Community on Low-Value Care through program development and evaluation. She manages a PCORI supported initiative for which she has helped promote consensus building efforts and led analyses on priorities to advance low-value care measurement in research and in practice. Further, she contributes to projects aimed at improving research methods transparency and augmenting the utility of patient registries for research. She has also managed projects focused on big data analytics for health care research and provided research support to a diverse child health portfolio.
Prior to joining AcademyHealth, she served as a Teaching Fellow in Economics at Yale College. In her previous work at Botswana Harvard AIDS Institute Partnership and Brown University, Ms. Pradhananga provided assistance for field research involving randomized trials on HIV/AIDS treatment in Botswana and tuberculosis care in India. She holds a Master of Public Health degree with concentrations in epidemiology of microbial diseases and global health from Yale University.