Anne has worked at the Centre for Health Economics since 1998, and been a member of the Health Policy Team since 2006. Her principal interest is the role of economic incentives in influencing provider behaviour. She is the ethics lead for CHE and deputy team leader of the Health Policy team.
Current research includes an evaluation of the effects of GP care on emergency admissions for people with serious mental illness (HS&DR Project - 10/1011/22). Anne has contributed to several Technology Assessment reports commissioned by the HTA programme on behalf of NICE and worked on the ‘EuroDRG’ project, which was funded under the 7th EU Framework Programme. Other research includes evaluating healthcare payment systems; assessing treatments for psoriasis; incentives and governance in public health; and access to anticancer drugs. She is the author of four books and over 35 scientific papers.
Anne is married and has four adult children. In her spare time, she enjoys walking in the local countryside.
The ideas and influence of Alan Williams
Primary Care Mental Health Conference, University of Manchester, 20 March 2013
European Conference on Health Economics Zurich, 18-21 July 2012
9th Evidence Based Update Meeting: Psoriasis, Holywell Park, Loughborough, 12-May 2011
European Conference on Health Economics Helsinki, 7-10 July 2010
Health Economic Study Group Meeting, Cork, 23-25 June 2010
Commissioning for Health and Well Being: Policy into Practice, Durham, 31 March 2010
ISPOR 12th Annual European Congress, Paris, 24 - 27 October 2009
Cochrane Skin Group 12th Annual Meeting, London, 13-14 June 2008
ISPOR 13th Annual International Meeting, Toronto, May 3-7 2008