Senior Research Fellow – Health Economics
Hannah joined AusHSI as a health economist in 2015. With a background in quantitative economics, she has specialist knowledge in health system modelling and an interest in estimating the economic consequences of disease. Her doctoral thesis explored the productivity related costs associated with premature mortality in Australia.
Hannah’s current role involves providing expert advice and guidance on health services evaluation, including research project design and methodology. A key focus of Hannah’s research is the development of decision models to explore complex health care problems and in turn provide meaningful results to inform real world decision making.
She has extensive experience conducting economic evaluations of health care interventions, in particular cost-effectiveness analysis, with her work published in leading clinical and public health journals.