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Research engagement

Australian Health Economics Association

International Health Economics Association

International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research (ISPOR)

Centre for Emotional Health, Macquarie University

Centre for Implementation of Hearing Research (iHEAR)

Macquarie University Centre for Reading

NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Digital Health

NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence in Suicide Prevention

NHMRC Partnership Centre for Health System Sustainability 

Digital Health Cooperative Research Centre

 

Biography

Henry is the inaugural director of the Centre for the Health Economy at Macquarie University (MUCHE), currently leading a team of 14 health economics researchers, three PhD students and support staff.

He is an applied health economist with extensive skills in evaluating real world problems, having undertaken a consulting role to government and non-government organisations for 15 years.

His work uses a variety of quantitative techniques, including economic evaluation, data analytics, choice modelling, panel data econometrics, Markov modelling, decision tree analysis, geospatial mapping, and survey design and implementation.

Henry has led close to 100 health economics research projects over the last 15 years, with funding associated with these projects totalling approximately $8.7 million. He is currently chief investigator on several MRFF and NHMRC funded projects totalling $8.3 million and is associated with the NHMRC Partnership Centre for Health System Sustainability, two NHMRC Centres for Research Excellence in Digital Health and Suicide Prevention, and the Digital Health CRC. Henry is also an affiliated researcher within the Centre for Emotional Health and the Centre for Hearing Education Application Research at Macquarie University.

He has also gained research experience across a broad health care base. This includes cancer, visual impairment, dementia, cardiovascular disease, diabetes, chronic kidney disease, road trauma, sleep disorders, mental health, hearing, pathology, pharmaceuticals, medical devices, aged care, integrated care, digital health and hospitals.

He has contributed significantly to media over the last five years, including Australian Financial Review, The Australian, ABC News, ABC Radio National, ABC’s Lateline, ABC’s The Business, BRW, In the Black, Medical Observer, Australian Doctor, Aged Care Insight, Australian Ageing Agenda, and Hospital and Ageing.

Prior to joining MUCHE, Henry led the health economics team at KPMG, and was head of the Sydney Health Economics and Social Policy team for Access Economics. He also worked as a senior economic consultant the Centre for International Economics for five years, and spent eight years in the debt, equity and derivative markets, both in Australia and the UK.

Research interests

Health Economics

Quantitative Analysis

Health and Aged Care policy evaluation

Economic evaluation

Education/Academic qualification

The University of New South Wales

University of Sydney

University of Technology Sydney

External positions

Committee Member, LifeSpan Research and Advisory Committee

Committee Member

Expert Advisory Panel Member - Osteoporosis

Expert Advisory Panel Member - Cardiovascular Disease

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