Ph.D. and M.A., economics, The University of Chicago; B.A., economics, B.A., history, Clemson University
Summary of Experience
Dr. Macaulay is an economist with extensive experience in the application of statistics and econometrics to health outcomes research. Her expertise includes retrospective claims analyses, patient chart reviews, clinical trial data analyses, economic modeling, and health economics and outcomes research strategy. Her work has involved the development of economic models to evaluate Medicare demonstration projects and drug expansion into emerging markets; comparative effectiveness and cost effectiveness research; prediction algorithms; the assessment of disease prevalence, burden of illness, and treatment patterns; and the development of pharmaceutical pricing strategies. Dr. Macaulay's experience encompasses a wide range of therapeutic areas, including oncology, mental health, respiratory, immunology, and other chronic disease areas with the use of multiple data sources, including clinical trial, Medicare, Medicaid, private insurance, electronic medical record, and patient chart review data. Her experience also includes analyses in support of health care commercial litigation related to patents and pharmaceutical licensing. Dr. Macaulay has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals, including Health Affairs, Respiratory Medicine, PharmacoEconomics, and The Journal of the American Geriatrics Society.