Nic Anderson

Health Economist

Nic Anderson

Nic is a medical technology consultant in health economics, payer perspective, reimbursement and market access. After finishing school in Boston, he began his career as a Payer determining which medical technologies were paid for by Intermountain Healthcare and was a member of Intermountain’s New Device and Technology Committee (Value Analysis). He left this role after seven years to start and eventually take public a biotech company in the tissue regeneration space where he served as the Director of Market Access. He is presently in health economics and market access at a major medical device manufacturer. He is a consultant to Venture Capitalists and start-ups who are working on new life science products, helping them identify what health insurance companies and hospitals want in a technology and for what they’re willing to pay. He is a Strategic Advisor to medical technology companies and is a guest lecturer at UCSF School of Medicine, University of Utah and at conferences and symposiums around the world where he speaks on clinical trials, HEOR, commercialization and reimbursement. In February 2017 Nic was the Expert in Residence at the Dubai 100, a digital health accelerator located in Dubai.

Nic’s experience in life sciences spans devices, diagnostics, biotech and digital health. Companies turn to him to understand what trials and health economics will be necessary to obtain market access and reimbursement.

On the personal front, he lives in Utah with his wife and kids and is a cyclist, skier and a forever student of the Austrian School of Economics.

BA, Behavioral Neuroscience. Purdue University
MA, Biomedical Imaging. Boston University School of Medicine
MBA, Business Administration. University of Utah