Does an ageing population lead to higher costs for the NHS and social care? Find out why this is not necessarily a foregone conclusion.
Annalisa Belloni is a Senior Health Economist in PHE where she has been working since 2016. Annalisa has a long history in health economics and health policy analysis to inform decision makers at a local, national and international level. Prior to joining PHE, Annalisa spent around six years at the Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) where she worked on the Economics of Prevention programme and particularly on the analysis of the role of fiscal measures in health promotion as well as on pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement policies. Annalisa has a Master’s degree in Economics and Management of Health Care Organizations from the Catholic University of Rome (Italy).
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