Brittany Humphries - Associate, HTA and Health Economics
PhD, Health Research Methodology–HTA, McMaster University (in progress); MSc, Pharmaceutical Sciences-Pharmacoepidemiology, Laval University.
Brittany joins PDCI as Associate, HTA and Health Economics. Her role as a health economic modeler at PDCI is to support the building and adapting of pharmacoeconomic models in accordance with appropriate guidelines for submissions to decision makers. Brittany brings experience in conducting economic evaluations (i.e. cost-utility, cost-effectiveness, and budget impact analyses), systematic literature reviews, meta-analyses, and other qualitative and quantitative analyses for health technologies in Canada.
Through her graduate training, Brittany has acquired a strong skill set to support clinical and coverage decision making through the collection and analysis of real-world evidence (e.g. medical records and insurance databases) as well as data from randomized controlled trials. Brittany has also completed systematic literature reviews, meta-analyses and economic model builds to synthesize existing evidence. Prior to joining PDCI in October 2018, Brittany worked as a freelance consultant on projects for the World Health Organization, Doctors Without Borders and the Bruyère Research Institute. Brittany is English/French bilingual.