PhD Candidate in Health Policy and Economics, GSAS
Caitlin Carroll is a PhD Candidate in Health Policy and Economics at Harvard University. Her research focuses on health care provider productivity, including the influence of different payment systems, the implications of hospital closure and the effect of malpractice allegations against physicians. Before beginning her graduate work, Caitlin worked at the Urban Institute, where she modeled the effects of health insurance expansion policies under the Affordable Care Act. Caitlin holds a Bachelor of Science in Quantitative Economics from Tufts University.