Alicia Norman
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Biography

Alicia is a Research Fellow at the Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE), focusing on health technology assessment. Prior to joining MUCHE, Alicia worked in pharmaceutical consulting as a health economist and the medical devices industry as a healthcare economics and reimbursement analyst and regulatory operations specialist. Alicia has seven years’ experience in presenting and evaluating clinical and economic evidence for medicines, medical services, and medical devices. Alicia’s expertise is in economic modelling and budget impact assessment.

Alicia joined MUCHE in 2019, initially conducting evaluations of submissions to the Pharmaceutical Benefits Advisory Committee (PBAC). This work has expanded to include drafting PICO confirmations, preparing assessment reports, and conducting evaluations of submissions to the Medical Services Advisory Committee (MSAC). In addition to her health technology assessment work, Alicia is conducting applied research in the economic evaluation of stuttering treatments, mental health interventions, and precision oncology.

Research interests

Economic modelling

Health technology assessment

Precision medicine

Education/Academic qualification

Health Economics/Health Policy, Master of Public Health, University of Sydney

Award Date: 7 May 2010

Psychology, Bachelor of Science, University of Sydney

Award Date: 13 Jun 2008

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