Health Economics

King’s Health Economics (KHE) consists of a team of health economists with experience and expertise in designing and conducting high quality economic evaluations of healthcare interventions, modelling studies and cost analyses.

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Collaboration

KHE work in collaboration with other research and clinical teams at King’s College London and King’s Health Partners, at other UK universities and NHS Tursts, organizations around the world. They work with the UK government, for example, the Ministry of Justice and Department of Health, national agencies such as the National Audit Office and the National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE), as well as voluntary sector and commercial organisations.

King’s Health Economics (KHE) is a research-focused unit. We have particular expertise in the following clinical areas:

  • addictions
  • arthritis
  • autism spectrum disorders
  • cancer
  • child and adolescent mental health
  • chronic fatigue
  • dementia
  • depression and anxiety
  • diabetes
  • eating disorders
  • epilepsy
  • forensic mental health
  • health anxiety
  • HIV/AIDS
  • learning disabilities
  • neurological disorders
  • obsessive compulsive disorder
  • palliative care
  • Parkinson’s disease
  • personality disorder
  • post traumatic stress disorder
  • psychosis and schizophrenia
  • public health
  • self-harm and suicide
  • stroke
  • substance misuse

Further information on KHE collaboration, including guideline costs, can be found here.