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Working within the NHMRC Partnership Centre for Health System Sustainability, Andrew leads projects to improve the use of economic evidence in the planning of complex service interventions.

His previous roles have been in strategic evaluation, planning and change management in the UK National Health Service (NHS) and SA state government.

Most recently, he was an evaluator for the Australian Government Pharmaceutical Benefits and Medical Services Advisory Committees (PBAC, MSAC).

In addition to his work with Flinders University, Andrew is also an Honorary Fellow at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation (AIHI) in Sydney, is an Editor for the International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care, sits on the ethics committee overseeing health services research across NSW Health, and is a mentor at the Macquarie University Innovation Incubator.

Research interests

  • Economic and business process evaluation of healthcare interventions and technologies
  • Health service funding policy for performance improvement

  • Priority-setting, decision-making and resource configuration for delivery of integrated care

External positions

Research Fellow, Flinders University

7 Mar 2019 → …

Research Fellow, The University of Adelaide

1 Feb 20186 Mar 2019

Principal Project Officer, South Australian Department of Health

Jul 2016Sept 2018

Transformation Manager, Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust

Aug 2014Feb 2016

Research Associate, The University of Adelaide

Jan 2012May 2014


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