Dr. Nathan’s health services research portfolio focuses on variation in the cost and quality of surgical care. Specifically, he studies the impact of innovative payment models in the Medicare program on surgical care. He is also interested in the quality of cancer surgery and prediction of prognosis after cancer resection. Dr. Nathan is also the director of the Michigan Value Collaborative (MVC). Additionally, he serves on IHPI's Early Career Faculty Advisory Council (FAC).
- M.D., Johns Hopkins University
- Ph.D., Clinical Investigation, Johns Hopkins University
- B.S., Biomedical Engineering, Johns Hopkins University