Vikki Pearce is an independent healthcare consultant. Previously an NHS programme manager, she has worked in commissioning, service redesign and public health. Vikki has lead tranfomational change programmes in London where sexual health care pathways have been redesigned in collaboration with clinicians, commissioners and local service users. Programme Manager for the Sexual Health Modernisation Initative (SHMI), the programme resulted in a new style of sexual health service - Camberwell Sexual Health Centre. An integral part of the redesign work was using economic models to cost different models of care and care pathways.
Arabella Grant is a senior management consultant with 15 years experience of financial modelling and strategic advisory work in healthcare and other fields; she has designed a number of innovative local tariff pricing models for the NHS and other government agencies and departments; she holds an MBA from the London Business School; and has published several academic papers. She has developed multiple patient pathway costing models, including: modelling of the pan-London integrated sexual health tariff proposals and the NCSP pricing proposals; design of dynamic resource models to inform the strategic redesign of sexual health services for four London PCTs; economic modelling of ESD for the MI Stroke Programme; and ongoing development of economic frameworks to articulate the costs of End of Life Care.
Raj Modi is an independent consultant with over 10 years experience of project delivery having managed a range of strategic and commercial projects within diverse industry segments and client organisations such as the NHS, Rio Tinto, Mayor of London, Terra Firma, Virgin Mobile and the BBC. Previously Raj worked as a management consultant with KPMG's Strategic and Commercial Intelligence unit where he advised numerous financial and corporate clients on strategic issues across a range of industries. Raj holds a degree in Economics from the London School of Economics and an M.B.A. with Distinction at Warwick Business School.
Dr Elisabeth Adams is a health economist who has worked in the Modelling and Economics Unit of the Health Protection Agency since 2001, and in other academic and independent settings as a freelance consultant. Her work has focused on modelling the burden of infectious diseases and the effectiveness of interventions, using mathematical, economic, and statistical modelling approaches. She is a national expert on the cost and cost-effectiveness of chlamydia screening in England. Other recent projects have explored issues around tuberculosis, rubella, HIV, and pandemic influenza.