Jeff Sullivan, MS
Jeff Sullivan is the Director of Advanced Modeling at Precision Health Economics and has 15 years of modeling and simulation experience across a wide variety of domains. At PHE, Mr. Sullivan is the principle architect of The Health Economics Medical Innovation Simulation (THEMIS), a microsimulation for predicting the future health and economic outcomes of the population. Prior to his work at PHE, Mr. Sullivan worked as a senior project associate at the RAND Corporation doing modeling and simulation in the health economics and national security policy areas.
MS, Mechanical & Aerospace Engineering, Cornell University
BS, Engineering and History, California Institute of Technology
ASSOCIATED CASE STUDIES
- Goldman DP, et al. Substantial health and economic returns from delayed aging may warrant a new focus for medical research. Health Aff (Millwood). 2013.
- Seabury S, et al. Medication adherence and measures of health plan quality. Am J Manag Care. 2015.
- Shafrin J, et al. The association between observed mobility and quality of life in the near elderly. PloS One. 2017.
- Van Kuys K, et al. The association between employee obesity and employer costs: evidence from a panel of US employers. Am J Health Promot. 2014.