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Rebecca Gourevitch Ph.D.

Rebecca Gourevitch, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor

Health Policy and Management
3310 School of Public Health
College Park , Maryland 20742


  1. Ph.D., Health Policy (Methods for Policy Research), Harvard University, 2022
  2. M.S., Health Policy and Management, Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, 2016
  3. B.A., Psychology, Carleton College, 2012


I am a health services researcher using quantitative methods to study quality, affordability, and access to health care for pregnant people and their families in the United States. I evaluate policies that could improve access to high-quality prenatal care and reduce racial disparities. I have developed and applied novel claims-based measures of prenatal care quality to uncover variation in routine care provided during pregnancy that was masked by existing measures. I have also studied the impact of safety net health care providers and social services on access to high-quality prenatal care, including Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs) and a nurse home visiting program. In other work, I study how price and quality information can enable patients to make more informed decisions on where to seek maternal health care services. I am also pursuing new work related to use of telehealth for maternal health care, access to social services, and cost-related barriers to prenatal care services.