Dr Elisabeth Huynh is a health economist and econometrician at the Department of Health Services Research and Policy at the Australian National University (ANU). Her research focuses on methodological and applied economics research predominantly in understanding and modelling choice, preferences and behaviour of key decision-makers in the health sector, particularly, though not exclusively, through discrete choice experiments, and the use of such outcomes in economic evaluation.
Patients and consumers play an important role in Elisabeth’s research. Much of her research is focused on understanding the preferences and underlying motivations of patients and consumers, to improve decision-making and society’s well-being. Further, Elisabeth’s research has engaged with international industry and government bodies in medical decision-making and policy on a broad range of topics.