Thitima has more than 10 years of experience in designing and implementing economic models, preparing and supporting reimbursement submissions to HTA bodies, and dissemination of model results in the form of technical reports, manuscripts, or mobile tools to facilitate payer interactions. Her areas of expertise include health economic modeling in oncology, cardiovascular disease, infectious disease, rheumatology, rheumatology, and simulation models of patients’ flow in clinical facilities. She has published numerous scientific papers in many peer-review journals, such as Stroke, European Heart Journal, Thrombosis Research, Clinical Drug Investigation, Value in Health, Journal of Health Economics and Outcome Research, Journal of Medical Economics, Current Medical Research and Opinion, and has presented at national and international conferences.
Thitima holds a doctoral degree in industrial engineering with a focus on health economics and outcomes research from Georgia Institute of Technology, and a master’s degree in industrial engineering from the University of Wisconsin-Madison. Prior to starting her career in health economics, she was a post-doctoral research fellow at the Laboratory for Human-Computer Interaction and Health Care Informatics, Georgia Institute of Technology