Dr. Ghani is an Associate Professor of Urology at the University of Michigan. He is a fellowship-trained robotic surgeon and endourologist. In 2014, Dr. Ghani was selected for the University of Michigan Patient Safety and Quality Leadership (PASQUAL) Scholars Program. He is also the Co-Director of the Michigan Urological Surgery Improvement Collaborative (MUSIC), which is a physician-led quality improvement (QI) collaborative funded by Blue Cross Blue Shield of Michigan, comprised of 44 urology practices and over 250 urologists from across Michigan.
Since its inception in 2011, MUSIC has made substantial progress towards its goal of making Michigan the best place in the world to receive urologic care. By collecting clinically credible data, comparing performance among peers, sharing best practices and implementing changes in clinical behavior, MUSIC is achieving more efficient utilization of health care resources, improving care delivery, and enhancing the quality, value, and outcomes of patients in Michigan with prostate cancer, kidney stones and renal cancer. As Co-Director of MUSIC, Dr. Ghani plays a leadership role in all aspects of the collaborative’s operations and quality improvement activities.
Areas of Interest
Research Interests: Surgical innovation in endoscopic and robotic urologic surgery, Health services research, Surgical quality improvement
Clinical Interests: Kidney stones, Kidney Cancer, Minimally-invasive surgery
- University of Leeds, 1998
- King's College Hospital, Emergency Medicine, 2000
- Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, Surgery, 2003
- London Deanery, Urology, 2011
- Minimally Invasive Urology, Henry Ford Hospital, 2013