Jesse Sussell, PhD
Dr. Sussell is an expert in applied econometrics and analysis of survey data. Dr. Sussell’s research at PHE spans multiple domains, including cost-effectiveness analysis, the use of willingness-to-pay methods to estimate the value of innovative treatments and the use of simulation models to estimate the impacts of policy shifts on health outcomes and spending.
PhD, Policy Analysis (Quantitative Methods), Pardee RAND Graduate School
BA, Economics, University of California, Los Angeles
ASSOCIATED CASE STUDIES
- Shih T, et al. Reconsidering the economic value of multiple sclerosis therapies. Am J Manag Care. 2016.
- Sussell JA, et al. Reconsidering the economic impact of the EU manufacturing and export provisions. J Generic Med. 2017.
- Sussell J, et al. Value-based payments and incentives to improve care: a case study of patients with type 2 diabetes in Medicare Advantage. Value Health. 2017.