Multidisciplinary teams are everything.
Company founder, Abbas Al-Murrani is a Health Economist, with diverse experience in health and health economics having worked for the University of Auckland as well as Waitemata, Auckland and Canterbury District Health Boards. His purpose is to add openness and transparency to decision-making within all levels of the healthcare system.
Combining a Masters in Economics and a Bachelors in Public Health, Abbas seeks to help organisations access new markets, evaluate new technologies and strategically price products into the future.
Health Economics Consulting New Zealand was built on a set of core values that drive our purpose. These include a willingness and drive for continuous and open communication, a commitment to education, learning and teaching, a commitment to applying Treaty of Waitangi principles, and the explicit inclusion of multidisciplinary teams across all work.
Dayeon is a graduate of the Bachelor of Health Sciences majoring in Population Health at the University of Auckland. She is now completing her Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, working to combine her degrees in a career in global health development rooted in medical expertise.
Dayeon has research experience in the areas of health services, policy and economics, having worked with the Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences at the University of Auckland, Waitemata District Health Board and Growing up in New Zealand, the largest longitudinal study in New Zealand.
Dayeon’s background is centred on equity. With leadership, strategy and research experience as the Founder/Director at the potential accelerator Women in Health Network, the Auckland President at the civics educations charity UN Youth New Zealand and the Kāipatiki member of the Youth Advisory Panel with local government, Dayeon provides results through value-driven work.