Andrew Partington is a Research Fellow at the Macquarie University Centre for the Health Economy (MUCHE). In addition to this, he is also a Research Fellow with the Flinders University College of Medicine and Public Health; and is an Honorary Research Fellow with the Centre of Resilience and Implementation Science at the Australian Institute of Health Innovation.
He has previously held positions with the South Australian Department for Health and Wellbeing where he worked as a Principal to lead state-wide evaluation, planning and commissioning initiatives; and as a Manager with an NHS transformation consultancy embedded with a Foundation Trust in the north-west of England. Prior to this, Andrew was as a Research Associate and Research Assistant with the University of Adelaide focused on health outcomes valuations, comparative effectiveness and unwarranted variations in health services.
With extensive experience in working with diverse stakeholders across government, industry, and academia, Andrew provides specific expertise in technology and decision evaluation; service planning; and policy formulation. As a member of the National Health and Medical Research Council (NHMRC) Partnership Centre for Health System Sustainability, he works with Local Health Districts and state government agencies to design and implement cost-effective service interventions, across the continuum of care.
A graduate of the University of Adelaide with Bachelors in Commerce and Health Sciences (Hons), Andrew is a Fellow of the Australasian College of Health Service Management (FCHSM); on the Editorial Board for the International Journal of Technology Assessment in Health Care; and a PhD candidate with Flinders University.
Areas of ExpertisePublic Speaking - Health
Media - Health
Media - Public Finance (government budgets)
Public Speaking - Public Finance (government budgets)