Hannah has 6 years’ experience working in market access consultancies designing and developing economic models across a wide range of disease areas including oncology, MS, HIV, psoriasis, ankylosing spondylitis and medical technologies.
Her modelling capabilities are vast and include Markov models, discrete event simulations and partition survival models as well as budget impact / payer communication tools, including seeing these through onto iPad. She has developed global models as well as working on numerous health technology assessments across the UK and the Nordics. Hannah is experienced in all stages of the modelling process from initial research, scoping and technical model development through to documentation, training and post-HTA submission support.
Hannah graduated in 2012 with a BSc in Statistics from the University of Bath and immediately began her career in Health Economics. Alongside working in market access, she achieved an MSc in Health Economics from City University, London in 2014.