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Biography

Marina Soley-Bori is a Research Fellow in Health Economics at the School of Population Health & Environmental Sciences. She works on the Multiple Long-Term Conditions project and contributes to the economic evaluation of the Children and Young People's Health Partnership (CYPHP). Marina completed her PhD at Boston University in 2016. Her dissertation explored the longitudinal relationship between costs and quality of diabetes care. Prior to joining Kings College London, she was a research health economist at RTI International, a U.S. health policy research institute. She contributed to the evaluation of the Medicare Diabetes Prevention Program, the development and calibration of risk adjustment models for the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS), and the implementation of the Comprehensive Primary Care Plus (CPC+) model. Some of her research interests include: (i) evaluation of health policy interventions and cost-effectiveness analysis, (ii) health care cost and utilisation ​econometric modelling,(iii) measurement of quality of care, and (iv) patient reported outcomes and integrated care.

A complete list of Marina's publications can be found here.