During her master’s programme at York, Araadhna studied the foundational concepts of health economics. She has participated in projects using decision tree and Markov models to employ these concepts. Her final dissertation used a distributional cost-effectiveness model to evaluate healthcare decision-making in low- and middle-income countries.
At Mtech Access, Araadhna provides support for teams across the business, contributing to the development of client projects. In particular, she contributes to the development of health economic models from their conceptualisation to their validation. She also undertakes statistical analyses and aids in the writing of technical reports and health technology assessments.