Principal Research Analyst
Hayley graduated from Cardiff University with a first class honours degree in Mathematics, Operational Research and Statistics, before completing a master’s degree in Operational Research, with distinction. She has extensive experience in health economic modelling, including cost-effectiveness, budget impact and micro-costing studies. Her expertise include the development, validation and critique of state transition, micro-simulation and disease transmission models for the purpose of evaluating new pharmaceutical and diagnostic interventions. Hayley has additional experience from within the UK NHS, having developed discrete event simulation (DES) models to analyse NHS resource use, evaluate current system performance and to inform future capacity strategies.
Hayley joined HEOR in 2014, following four years of research and consultancy at Cardiff Research Consortium and the Swansea Centre for Health Economics (SCHE) at Swansea University. As a Principal Analyst, Hayley leads projects across a range of therapeutic areas from rare to common diseases, including chronic conditions such as cardiovascular and renal disease. She has conducted economic evaluations underpinning submissions to HTA agencies worldwide and the development of NICE clinical guidelines in the UK, as well as co-authoring a number of health economic publications.