As a health economist, Olivia has worked across the business providing market access and health economic insights, to support the successful delivery of client projects and internal workstreams. She is experienced in the design, development, and review of cost-effectiveness and budget impact models as well as undertaking statistical analyses of trial data to inform model inputs. Olivia has worked across a wide range of disease areas including haemophilia, chronic kidney disease, and a variety of rare diseases.
Olivia joined the Health Economics team at Mtech Access after graduating from the University of Birmingham with an MSc in Health Economics and Econometrics in 2021. The demands of her MSc have seen Olivia work on a variety of projects ranging from cost-effectiveness models on gastric cancer ‘screen and eradicate’ programs, to longitudinal studies assessing the association between depression and contraception non-use. Olivia also has a BSc in Economics.