M.B.A., Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth College; B.A., economics, Kenyon College
Summary of Experience
Ms. Mehta has experience conducting complex economic analyses related to commercial litigation and health economics and outcomes research (HEOR). She has analyzed a range of issues, including those related to delays in emergency housing provisions, alleged kickbacks, off-label marketing, market definition and antitrust, trade flows, and but-for pricing and sales. Ms. Mehta also has extensive experience analyzing large datasets, including government and private administrative claims records. Her litigation experience has involved economic research across a variety of industries, including pharmaceuticals, agriculture, technology, and financial services. In her HEOR work, Ms. Mehta has conducted research on potentially avoidable hospitalizations in Alzheimer’s patients, and designed algorithms for the execution of value-based contracts across multiple disease states and treatment areas, among other projects.
Trends in health service use and potentially avoidable hospitalizations before Alzheimer's disease diagnosis: A matched, retrospective study of US Medicare beneficiaries
Alzheimer's & Dementia, 2019