Casey is Chief Research Officer at Vitaccess.
He leads our analytics team, which handles all statistical analysis specification, design, and execution. Casey and his team ensure that our digital real-world evidence studies are upheld by the strongest analytic foundation, and that the data generated tell a clear story with actionable insights. He also provides expert analytics input into our standalone consulting and data projects.
Casey is a highly experienced health economist, specializing in survival modeling and economic evaluation, health program evaluation, drug financing, and health policy research and evaluation. He has experience as a payer decision-maker in the UK with the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence, the National Institute for Health Research, the National Health Service funding committees, and in the US with New York State Medicaid.
He is also a Research Adviser in the FoCUS program at Massachusetts Institute of Technology NEWDIGS, looking into financing and contracting solutions for durable and potentially curative therapies, including issues around the collection and use of real-world data to support performance-based contracting.
Casey has more than 15 years’ experience teaching economics, econometrics, health economics, and statistics in universities in Australia, the UK, and the US, which is routinely useful in communicating a range of technical concepts or analyses to a broad audience.
He holds a PhD in Economics from the University of York, an MPhil in Epidemiology and Public Health from the Australian National University, and a BCom Hons in Econometrics from the University of Sydney.
Casey enjoys travel and visiting art museums, mostly through marriage to an art historian. He also enjoys trail-running and cycling.