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We provide transparent, reliable analyses to inform complex decisions in healthcare.

Dr. Hans KruegerHealth Economist and Epidemiologist

​Our goal is to promote understanding between healthcare professionals and those who finance and manage Canada's healthcare system.

What can you expect when you work with us?


Transparent Analyses

We work closely with our clients to ensure that our services meet their evolving needs. We start with a proposal that outlines the scope and budget of the project. Our comprehensive literature reviews cover all the pertinent clinical information. Our clients get state-of-the-art economic analyses that make sense to decision-makers.


Collaborative Written Reports

During the consultation stage, we circulate draft reports and respond to stakeholders' concerns. We are skilled in applying epidemiological and demographic principles. Our clients get best-practice recommendations. Our final reports and business plans facilitate solid healthcare planning.


Professional Publications

We offer our clients the option of taking the completed project a step further and submitting it to a journal for publication. This successful partnership with leaders from universities and agencies across Canada has resulted in more than 14 articles in peer reviewed journals in the last five years.

Discover our Latest Research

The Economic Benefits of Fruit and Vegetable Consumption
Dr Krueger and his team of researchers completed a careful analysis of fruit and vegetable consumption patterns of Canadians between[...]
What should we do about the economic burden of excess weight?
The economic burden of excess weight in Canadians increased by 24% between 2000 and 2015. Comprehensive long term strategies are[...]
Systematic Analysis for the Global Burden of Disease 2015
This study on the global burden of disease was collected and analyzed by a consortium of more than 2,300 researchers[...]
Have there been improvements in the health related sustainable development goals?
This analysis of 33 health related sustainable development goals was based on the Global Burden of Diseases, Injuries and Risk[...]
Four cancer risk factors cause 47,000 cases of cancer per year in Canada.
The four cancer risk factors we investigated in this study were tobacco smoking, alcohol use, excess weight and physical inactivity.[...]

Health Economics, Planning and Information