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Access Economics' health economics team provides a range of services to government departments, non-profit organisations, pharmaceutical and medical device companies, health care funders, service providers and other clients across the health, aged care, disability and social policy sectors. We provide services to clients in Australia, New Zealand, Asia, Europe, North and South America.

Specialist health economics services
  • Disease cost burden analyses (DCBAs), epidemiological and risk factor analysis
  • Cost benefit analysis (CBA), cost effectiveness analysis (CEA), cost utility analysis (CUA), return on investment (ROI) analysis 
  • Health workforce demand and supply modelling and projections
  • IP valuation and risk-return profiles in commercialising biotech IP
  • Occupational health and safety (OHS) regulation and practice 
  • Policy and program (public and private) evaluation of preventative, therapeutic and health promotion initiatives
  • Integrating health economic evaluation tools into clinical trial design and pilot programs
  • Multi-arm Markov modelling estimating incremental cost effectiveness ratios (ICERs)
  • Benchmarking for both prospective and retrospective evaluations
  • Health care financing
  • Social impact analysis for people with a disability, children and youth, ageing, Indigenous communities and disadvantaged groups

Primary research and analysis

  • Web-based surveys, market sizing and analysis
  • Patient outcome and quality of life studies
  • Compliance assessments (dosage, indication, adherence etc)
  • Discrete choice modelling experiments, diary studies and workshop/focus groups
  • Meta-analysis, literature review and experimental design
  • Mapping and spatial analysis

Policy inputs

  • Tailored multi-impact modelling of potential/recent policy modification
  • Infrastructure, capacity and inter-generational modelling
  • Pricing studies and reviews, PBAC and MSAC submissions
  • Critical peer review, conceptual analysis and stakeholder consultation
  • System analysis (eg, acute, sub-acute, primary/community care and allied health pricing and delivery models)
Statistical and econometric modelling

  • Predictive modelling with scenario and sensitivity analysis
  • Manipulation and analysis of large, complex datasets
  • Dynamic Excel modelling across therapeutic areas and treatment protocols
  • Actuarial modelling for R&D, risk assessments and insurance products
  • Cost of captial assessments for new infrastructure investments
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Health Economics