Amanda Honeycutt

Amanda’s work applies economic and disease modeling approaches to understand the value of strategies to promote health and prevent disease. For more than 20 years, Amanda has developed simulation modeling tools and analyses of health care claims, clinical trial, and survey data to support planning, evaluation, and resource allocation for health strategies. She focuses on identifying practical lessons that can inform decision makers.

“I enjoy producing practical evidence that can inform policy decisions that affect people’s health and well-being.”

Areas of Expertise:

  • Cost-effectiveness analysis
  • Disease and economic modeling
  • Burden of illness analysis
  • Evaluation of health and health care strategies
  • Statistical analysis of health, healthcare, and spending data

 

Education

  • PhD, Economics, University of Maryland
  • MA, Economics, University of Maryland
  • BA, Economics and Political Science, University of North Carolina