Amanda is Principal Economist at the Office of Health Economics (OHE), London. She is a health economist with expertise in economic evaluation, health technology assessment, health state valuation, and analysis of critical health policy issues. Amanda has a keen interest in developing a research agenda for how real-world evidence can change the way health care technologies are developed and adopted, and what issues must be overcome to achieve this. Before joining OHE in 2014 Amanda was a research fellow at the University of Birmingham, where she also undertook her PhD in early economic evaluation to support medical device development decisions.
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