Our Health Research division specializes in providing comprehensive insights into the healthcare landscape, aiming to improve patient outcomes, drive innovation, and inform healthcare policy decisions. Through rigorous analysis and research, we strive to address key challenges and opportunities facing the healthcare industry. Our clients include healthcare providers, pharmaceutical companies, policymakers, research institutions, and nonprofit organizations striving to improve healthcare delivery, advance medical research, and promote public health.

Focus and Objectives

  • Epidemiological Studies: We conduct epidemiological studies to understand disease patterns, risk factors, and public health trends, enabling clients to develop targeted interventions and healthcare strategies.
  • Healthcare Access and Equity: Our division investigates disparities in healthcare access and quality, examining social determinants of health and advocating for policies to promote equity and inclusivity in healthcare delivery.
  • Health Technology Assessment: We evaluate the effectiveness, cost-effectiveness, and impact of healthcare technologies and interventions, assisting clients in making informed decisions about healthcare investments and adoption.
  • Health Policy Analysis: We analyze healthcare policies, regulations, and reforms to assess their impact on healthcare delivery, patient outcomes, and healthcare systems, helping clients navigate complex healthcare policy landscapes.

Indicative Projects

Survey of Health, Ageing and Retirement in Europe (SHARE)

SHARE is a comprehensive panel database comprising data from over 140,000 individuals aged 50 or older across 28 European countries and Israel. This multidisciplinary resource offers insights into health, socio-economic status, and social networks, serving as a vital tool for longitudinal research on aging, harmonizing data across countries and facilitating studies in various disciplines such as demography, economics, and public health.

Health Services Mapping

This project’s objective was to census 50,000 private sector providers of health services in Greece, as part of the Health Map project, which was part of a broader reform package in the Health Sector in the context of the country’s National Strategic Reference Framework (NSRF), implemented by the Greek Center for Disease Control and Prevention (KEELPNO), in collaboration with the National School of Public Health (ESDY).