Mr. Dall is a health economist with 19 years experience conducting research and policy analysis in the areas of burden of disease, health promotion, and the health workforce. His work applies economic theory, statistical and econometric analysis, cost/benefit analysis, program evaluation, and computer modeling skills. Ongoing activities include development of a Healthcare Demand Microsimulation Model, Health Workforce Supply Model, and a Disease Prevention Simulation Model. For the federal Bureau of Health Professions Tim is leading a team to develop forecasting models for supply and demand for approximately 50 health professions covering 40 medical specialties.
Forecasting and predictive modeling
Burden of disease
Health and economic value