Instructor in Medicine, Harvard Medical School
BA, University of Pennsylvania, 1987
PhD, Johns Hopkins University, 2003
Dr. Vogeli is a health services researcher whose principal interests include analyzing data to gain a better understanding of patterns of care, quality of care, and health care costs. She is an expert in large administrative databases and looks at ways to maximize their utility to further health care quality assessment and improvement, especially for racial and ethnic minorities and individuals with multiple chronic conditions. Dr. Vogeli has also investigated the validity of physician and hospital performance metrics.
Dr. Vogeli has played a leading role in quality assessment projects within the Massachusetts General Hospital and the Partners Healthcare System and has developed and played a key role in the Partners Quality Report, first launched in Fall 2000. She is developing new measures of heart failure performance based on combined administrative and clinical data for all Partners hospitals and has developed an outcomes reporting system for Partners Psychiatry and Mental Health. Dr. Vogeli has collaborated on research grants funded by The Commonwealth Fund, The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation, the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality, and others. This work has lead to publications, as lead or coauthor, in a medical and health policy journals, including the New England Journal of Medicine, Journal of General Internal Medicine, and Health Affairs. Dr. Vogeli joined MIHP as an investigator in 2001.