Maggie Rogers, MPH

In her role as Director of Research at CAPC, Maggie Rogers leads the design and implementation of innovative research projects in the landscape of palliative care in the United States. Her work monitors the growth of and access to specialty palliative care and examines structures and processes, especially staffing, of palliative care programs across the continuum.

Ms. Rogers directs two large-scale national projects, the National Palliative Care Registry™, which collects operational data, and Mapping Community Palliative Care, which examines the geographic distribution of sites of care. She also manages CAPC’s survey strategy. Her work includes CAPC’s How We Work:Trends and Insights in Hospital Palliative Care and the State-by-State Report Card, among various presentations and publications.

Ms. Rogers also serves as the Field Director for Ambassadors for Sustained Health, a global health organization, and is on the planning committee for First Descents, a young-adult cancer organization. Before joining CAPC, she worked in global sexual and reproductive health in New York City at the International Center for AIDS Care and Treatment Programs (ICAP) at Columbia and at EngenderHealth.

Ms. Rogers graduated summa cum laude with an MPH in Epidemiology from Rutgers University and a BA in Psychology and Gerontology from Ramapo College’s Honors Program.

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