Dr. Michael Grabner has ten years of experience conducting health economics and outcomes research using a variety of study designs, data sources, and statistical methods. At HealthCore, he is responsible for developing research solutions for clients in the life sciences, ensuring that study goals are realistic and delivered on time, and for the dissemination of research findings.
Dr. Grabner’s research focuses on the comparative effectiveness and cost effectiveness of medical treatments with a focus on diabetes, autoimmune disease, and oncology. As an author of over 30 peer-reviewed articles, Dr. Grabner has also presented his research findings at conferences nationally and internationally, and has served as a referee for leading journals including Diabetes, Obesity and Metabolism, and Value in Health.
Causal inference with observational data combines numerous theoretical and technical concepts, necessitating specialized training and competency. HealthCore offers highly specialized scientists, access to a robust source of integrated real-world data, and decades of experience successfully employing these concepts and methods.
As real-world evidence is increasingly used to inform healthcare decision making, including regulatory decisions, robust methodology is becoming ever more critical.