Jamal Nabhani, MD
Dr. Jamal Nabhani (VA Scholar) is urology resident at LA County + USC. He obtained his undergraduate degree from UC San Diego with honors and majored in human biology. He earned his medical degree from Boston School of Medicine. He was awarded First Prize at the AUA Western Section in 2014 for his Health Policy Essay, “The Marriage of Translational Health Services Research: A Policy Imperative”. He was also awarded the James L. Goebel Grand Prize for the best poster, “Cost Analysis of Enhanced Recovery after Surgery in Patients Undergoing Radial Cystectomy for Bladder Cancer,” at the 2014 American Urologic Association Western Section Meeting.
Dr. Nabhani is interested in health care delivery and implementation as well as patient engagement and decision aids. He is also interested in patient-centered health care value. As a resident he was involved as the Departmental Quality Officer, acting as an independent quality assurance officer by auditing medical records for inpatient surgeries and creating reports for surgeons by comparing their outcomes to department and national benchmarks.
Career Interests: Dr. Nabhani is interested in implementation of disease-specific interventions focused on refining delivery models, as well as measuring and improving patient-centered health care value. He would like to focus on trauma and reconstructive urology in a large public hospital.
Research Interests: As a Scholar, he is interested in working on health care delivery innovation and testing the feasibility of a multidisciplinary benign prostatehyperplasia (BPH) program centered on primary care engagement appropriate timely and coordinated transitions of care disease-specific early inclusion of patient preference and patient decision aid tools, and provider information technology tools and dashboards.