We help organisations & health systems navigate openness and transparency in investment decisions.Health Economics Applied
In a world with finite resources and unlimited patient wants/needs (scarcity), decisions on how to best allocate resources must be made (choices). Using resources on one health care activity inevitably means sacrificing activity somewhere else (opportunity cost).
There is limited openness and transparency into how health care is organised and financed. Decision-makers often have limited access to tools and frameworks that address a broad range of issues in an explicit and consistent manner.
Incentivise good investment decisions by creating an easy-to-use system that captures and translates economic value, while providing a robust and reliable approach to decision-making.
Cost utility analysis (CUA) is an effective technique for evaluating and comparing interventions that aim to achieve similar goals. These goals often involve improving patient outcomes and experiences.
We help you navigate the New Zealand healthcare environment for clients wanting to enter OECD countries such as New Zealand, Australia and the United Kingdom.
We are able to systematically compare technologies across and between healthcare systems. We help quantify the costs and outcomes of competing technologies.
We provide systematic and robust methodology that aims to translate clinical superiority, design process and various inputs into pricing.
We have access to clinical and non-clinical databases that capture the latest and most relevant literature for our clients' products.
We utilise a number of methods and applications to make sense of data and information (centered around Python Scikit-learn, Keras and TensorFlow).
We have experience in designing health economic components that fit across phases 2-4 clinical trials.