Kees Van Gool
Kees van Gool, PhD MEc., is a Deputy Director and Professor at the Centre for Health Economics Research and Evaluation (CHERE) at the University of Technology Sydney. He leads a team of applied health economist focusing on quantitative analysis health system performance and the impact of policy. He leads the NHMRC Centre for Research Excellence on value-based cancer care which aims to provide evidence to design and implement new funding arrangements to improve efficiency, equity and health outcomes of cancer care. Previously, he was a lead investigator in three independent reviews of the Extended Medicare Safety Net conducted for the Australian Government, as well as a chief investigator at the Centre for Research Excellence on the Financing and Economics of Primary Care (REFinE), funded by the Australian Primary Health Care Institute (APHCRI) . He has quantitative skills in micro-economic modelling and has established a track record in using linked data. Kees has previously worked at the Department of Health, NSW Health and the OECD where he led a project on international health system performance and policy analysis on cardiovascular disease care and outcomes.
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