Who we are

We deliver impactful insights that power the future development of health and care delivery.

In an ever-evolving world our team of experts enable health system and industry leaders to make the best decisions, designing the highest quality, most efficient and innovative services, ultimately improving the health of communities.

Our key service areas include: 

  • Economic modelling and evaluation,
  • Programme budget marginal analysis (PBMA) 
  • Population health management analysis,
  • Predictive and impactibility modelling,
  • Artificial intelligence (AI)
  • Machine learning methods. 

Our clients

With our experience and professional connections we help our clients successfully navigate the increasingly complex and rapidly evolving healthcare environment.  

We provide clients with strategic advice that draws on well – established and emerging methodologies, generating high quality evidence.

Our team

Our team of specialist economists, econometricians, and analysts have extensive experience within the NHS and industry and we use this to generate high-quality evidence.

Knowledge and skills

We use our knowledge and skills to develop models and evaluations, and to generate evidence from integrated, real-world datasets to inform complex health decisions and create positive change across health systems .

Our supporters

We are hosted by Midlands and Lancashire Commissioning Support Unit (MLCSU), operate in partnership with the Strategy Unit and work with the NHS and its partners across the country, including academia and industry leaders

“The Health Economics Unit represents a new and unrivalled opportunity to access health economics expertise that is geared up to support the ‘real world’ needs of clients.”

Peter Spilsbury – Director, Strategy Unit

Our specialist services

This is a small selection of all the solutions we can provide.

Evaluation service

Understanding whether new care pathways and interventions are effective, efficient, and deliver value for money is vital.

Economic evaluations

Inform your decision-making by quantifying the expected health benefits and costs related to alternative options.

Demand and capacity modelling

Understand pathways and how different elements come together, assess and explain current service levels and variations in demand.

Population health analytics

Identify patterns of health outcomes in different groups and understand the challenges and risks they face.