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Dr Andrew Thompson

Dr Andrew Thompson
Consultant

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I am a Consultant in LCP’s Health Analytics team. Since completing my PhD in 2013, I have worked in clinical and genetic epidemiology at UCL and the University of Liverpool and have published >35 peer-reviewed journal articles.

I have extensive experience of handling large datasets to answer questions relevant to disease susceptibility, drug utilisation and long-term health outcomes.

In addition, I have worked with colleagues in the NHS to implement and evaluate new tools/services with the aim of improving patient care and outcomes.

I am an active member of several international consortia that range in scope from genetic susceptibility of disease onset to guidelines for pharmacotherapy utilisation.

Working with LCP feels like being part of a bigger team.  The collaborative approach is a breath of fresh air compared with previous advisors.

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Our health analytics approach leverages the increasing availability of data and our cutting-edge modelling approaches to put timely actionable data in the hands of key stakeholders.

Through real world evidence combined with simulated trials, we help to identify patients with highest unmet needs most likely to yield trial results sooner enabling more efficient trials and bringing therapeutics to patients earlier.

By analysing variations in current and future health needs of patient groups, we provide solutions that help to re-prioritise resources to help decision-makers improve the population’s health and reduce inequalities.

By analysing variations in current and future health needs of patient groups, we provide solutions that help to re-prioritise resources to help decision-makers improve the population’s health and reduce inequalities.

Through realigning incentives towards patients' health needs, our approaches aim to transform healthcare systems from importers of illness to exporters of health, paying off for both patients and providers.