Harry Hill

BSc, MSc, PhD (Sheffield)

Population Health, School of Medicine and Population Health

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Harry Hill
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Harry Hill
Population Health, School of Medicine and Population Health
Regent Court (ScHARR)
30 Regent Street
S1 4DA

I joined ScHARR in October 2017 as a Research Fellow in Health Economics and Decision Science, working for the policy research unit in economic methods of evaluation in health and social care interventions (EEPRU). My work involves scoping and systematic appraisals of the literature, econometric analysis of patient level data, cost-effectiveness analysis (eg of trial data), decision modelling and health policy evaluation.

After I completed my PhD in economics (University of Sheffield, 2012) I worked at the University of Newcastle in the Institute of Health and Society, and at the University of Manchester in the Division of Dentistry of the School of Medical Sciences.

I have experience in many areas of health economics and have recently focused on decision modelling and econometric methods for causal evaluation. This includes economic evaluations of: The NHS Breast Cancer Screening Programme; the NHS-wide ‘Agenda for Change’ reform to pay, terms and conditions; the production efficiency of dentistry practices; the impact on NHS services of a change in dentist remuneration from a fee-for-service to a capitation contract; forecasting the change in UK-wide economic outcomes from an improvement in population health.

Research interests
  • Decision modelling for health economic evaluations.
  • Applied microeconometrics, particularly quasi-experimental research.
  • Resource allocation and allocative efficiency (eg production frontier models)

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  • Keetharuth A, Wong R, Hill J, Rowen D & Wailoo A (2023) Health related quality of life in economic evaluations in dementia: state of play and reflections RIS download Bibtex download
  • Hill H, Kearns B, Duffy S, Pashayan N, Sasieni P, Offman J & Hill J (2022) Estimating the cost-effectiveness of risk stratified breast cancer screening RIS download Bibtex download
  • Donna R, Brazier J, Hill H, Keetharuth A, Mukuria C, Peasgood T, Wailoo A, Wong R & Hill J (2022) Scoping, assessing feasibility, preliminary research and prioritising projects for the outcome measurement and valuation RIS download Bibtex download
  • Hill H, Rowen D, Keetharuth A, Wailoo A & Hill J (2022) A literature review of methods to measure and value benefits in cost-effectiveness analyses of interventions for patients with either a short life expectancy or receiving palliative care’ RIS download Bibtex download
  • Harnan S, Kearns B, Scope A, Schmitt1 L, Jankovic1 D, Hamilton J, Wong R, Srivastava T, Hill H, Chang Ku C , Ren K et al (2021) Final report for the technology evaluation of ceftazidime with avibactam for treating severe aerobic Gram-negative bacterial infections. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Hill J, Breeze P, Chrysanthou G, Bell H & Brennan A (2019) Summary report of the Health and Labour Outcomes (HaLO) Tool RIS download Bibtex download
  • Hill JH, Rowen D, Pennington R, Wailoo A & Wong R (2019) A review of the methods used to generate utility values in NICE technology appraisals for paediatrics RIS download Bibtex download
  • Bambra C, Munford L, Heather B, Wilding A, Robinson T, Holland P, Barr B, Hill J, Regan M, Rice N & Sutton M (2018) Health for Wealth: Building a Healthier Northern Powerhouse for UK Productivity RIS download Bibtex download
  • Hill J, Sechel C, Mukuria C, Brennan A, Roberts J & Bryan M (2018) A feasibility study for building a health and work model. Report prepared for Public Health England RIS download Bibtex download
  • Pennington B & Hill J (2018) Key issues and evidence sources in id885. RIS download Bibtex download
  • Goldthorpe JG, Walsh TW, Tickle MT, Birch SB, Hill JH, Sanders CS, Coulthard PC & Pretty IP (2017) An evaluation of an eReferral Management & Triage System for Minor Oral Surgery referrals from primary care dentists RIS download Bibtex download