Is your innovative service model effective? How much savings can it generate for your organization or for society? These are the questions that our economic analysis team can answer using the right data and right tools. Our team has nearly twenty years of experience working in top healthcare institutions and analyzing economic data resulting from specific clinical interventions, community programs, state health initiatives, and public policies. We have conducted economic analyses leveraging a variety of data sources, such as survey data, administrative financial and human resource data, medical claims or encounter data, prescription drug data, laboratory data, and patient-reported data.
We have extensive experience utilizing common analytical tools (e.g., multivariable regression analyses of longitudinal data and two-part models for cost analyses) as well as more advanced methods (e.g., comparative interrupted time series analyses and micro-simulation analyses). Advanced methodologies are not necessarily better than simple ones. We believe obtaining meaningful data, using the right tools, and generating practically important insights are keys to success. In addition, we understand not only how academics tackle problems but also how a lay audience would perceive research results. We understand the best approaches to communicating the economic value of innovations in plain language to important stakeholders.