Nicholas Van Niel
M.B.A., MIT Sloan School of Management; B.A., economics, Colby College
Summary of Experience
Mr. Van Niel consults on matters involving complex quantitative analyses – primarily in the health care sector – to help address litigation, strategy, and policy questions. He has extensive experience applying sophisticated economic modeling tools and techniques to pharmacy, wholesaler, and manufacturer transaction-level databases, as well as to chargeback data and insurance claims. Mr. Van Niel has also managed large, cross-discipline case teams and supported academic experts in developing forecasting models in complex prescription drug-related litigation matters.
Mr. Van Niel has also worked with manufacturers, distributors, and pharmacy chains to develop Suspicious Order Monitoring, loss prevention algorithms, and supplemental ordering- and dispensing-level analytics. He has presented analytical results to corporate executives and government officials, including those at the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA), United States Attorneys’ Offices, and State Attorney General Offices.
August 25, 2017