M.B.A., MIT Sloan School of Management; B.A., economics, Mount Holyoke College
Summary of Experience:
Ms. Pike applies her expertise in health economics, outcomes research, and large administrative claims and transaction-level databases to help resolve complex litigation questions and strategic business questions. Her recent experience includes developing flexible damages models for real-time use in high-stakes negotiations, and performing economic analyses and presenting findings to U.S. Attorney’s Office investigators in numerous cases involving allegations of off-label promotion, kickback, or pricing issues.
Ms. Pike has managed a range of health care cases involving analysis of future lost profits; economic analysis of physician payment structures under capitation; studies of the cost effectiveness, budget impacts, and direct and indirect costs of illness associated with a variety of diseases; and pricing analyses for large multinational corporations across numerous industries. Ms. Pike has also applied economic theory and empirical estimation methods in a variety of product liability, breach of contract, intellectual property, and transfer-pricing engagements. She has published numerous articles in health care economics and clinical journals.