York Health Economics Consortium (YHEC) has over 50 staff with extensive expertise in health economics, economic evaluation, systematic reviewing, information retrieval, NHS and public sector service design evaluation and outcomes research.

Our multidisciplinary team includes experienced health economists, modellers, information specialists and systematic reviewers. YHEC maintains a worldwide reputation in the field of health economics and systematic reviewing and staff are encouraged to publish research and present at conferences to promote YHEC’s rigorous research and academic standards. Read some of our recent publications.

YHEC’s Workstream Leaders

Dr Matthew Taylor is the Director of York Health Economics Consortium. Matthew has twenty years’ experience of developing economic models and health technology assessment submissions, as well as being a Scientific Advisor to NICE and a former member of NICE’s Public Health Advisory Committee. Matthew also leads YHEC’s Outcomes Research team. The team includes economists and psychologists, and specialises in outcomes data analysis and recommendations for trial and evaluation design.

Stuart Mealing is an Associate Director of Health Technology Assessment. Stuart leads the YHEC health economic modelling team. This team comprises a mix of modellers and statisticians

Julie Glanville is an Associate Director of the systematic reviews and information services workstream at YHEC. Julie coordinates a team of systematic reviewers and information specialists. The team have extensive experience in identifying and synthesising research evidence to provide reviews and systematic reviews, network meta-analyses and economic models in a range of formats.

Nick Hex is an Associate Director of the NHS and the public sector workstream at YHEC.  He directs a very experienced team of consultants, analysts and modellers with extensive experience of working with and in the NHS and public sector. YHEC’s work in this sector is varied including economic evaluation and modelling, literature and evidence review and analytical support.  The team works with national and local NHS and public sector bodies, including sustainability and transformation partnerships (STPs) and Integrated Care Systems, and we offer consultancy services that support informed decision making about the impact of innovation on existing models of care and care pathways.