Paul Verboom has more than 25 years of experience in the health outcomes and research field in academia and industry. This experience has given him in depth theoretical knowledge and a pragmatic, hands-on approach to deliver concrete results.
He started his career at an accountancy firm in Rotterdam, the Netherlands. Subsequently he worked for 10 years at the institute for Medical Technology Assessment (iMTA) at the Erasmus University Hospital in the same city. He executed research and taught courses on health economics, information technology and the Dutch health financing system. Research was done for governments, pharmaceutical companies and various hospitals. He performed cost-effectiveness analyses, cost of illness studies among other and developed numerous models in various software programs, Excel, TreeAge Data, Access and @RISK. Several of these studies resulted in articles published in peer reviewed international journals.
He then worked for nearly 2 years at the World Health Organization (WHO) in Geneva, Switzerland. His work consisted mainly of researching health systems in developing countries and developing templates for health systems financing. He is used to working in international teams and has country experience in various African countries. He currently works as a free-lance consultant. He has worked on various projects in about 20 developing countries. He is based close to Geneva in France, where he likes to hike and bike in the mountains.
A full resume can be found here.