Jacqueline is a respected international health and public policy economist. Throughout her career, she has directed numerous strategic engagements in Europe, the Middle East, and North America. Her particular focus is on economic appraisal, resource allocation, market regulation, quasi-market system design, and associated payment mechanisms and incentives. Jacqueline is also an experienced policy appraisal and evaluation practitioner. Over the last 35 years, she has directed many strategic engagements in healthcare, crime, justice, home affairs, education, employment, and social welfare.
Jacqueline has worked in many areas of healthcare throughout her career. Her experience includes the economics of public health; service and care-pathway design across all diseases and population groups; healthcare systems including contracting and financing; and access to healthcare and disparities for vulnerable groups. Her recent interests include value-based healthcare systems, and integrated health and social care and the role of digital health in accelerating improvement. Jacqueline has keen subject matter expertise in crime and justice, migration and home affairs and civil justice.
Jacqueline was a founding convenor of the joint Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods Group and for 15 years was a committee member of the Campbell Collaboration Crime and Justice Coordinating Group and.
Jacqueline regularly speaks at international events and chairs panels at national and international academic and industry conferences.