Lopamudra Das is a doctoral fellow at the Pardee RAND Graduate School and an assistant policy analyst at RAND. Her primary interests include health information technology (HIT) including electronic health records, biomedical device integration, and smartphone apps, and issues related to quality improvement, patient safety, and legal impact.
Das specializes in systematic reviews and qualitative research techniques like semi-structured interviewing and content analysis and has worked in diverse research areas within health including mental health, substance abuse, pharmacoeconomics, bioterrorism, and public health.
Concurrent Non-RAND PositionsResearch Coordinator, Quality Improvement Resource Center, West LA VHA
- Implementation of the Palliative Care National Clinical Template
- Improving teamlet communication in VA PACT setting
- Understanding Healthcare Quality Improvement Initiatives in Australia
- Quality of Cancer Care indicators (ASSIST)
Regina Shih, Jinkook Lee, and Lopamudra Das, Harmonization of cross national studies of Aging to the Health and Retirement Study: Cognition, RAND (WR-861/7), 2012
Shoji Itakura, Lopamudra Das, and Arash Farshid "Gaze processing in non human primates," in Ross Flom & Kang Lee, Gaze following - Its development in infants and children, Lawrence Earlbaum, 2006