Senior executive roles in National Department of Health South Africa; Department of Health - England; Department of Health & Human Services Tasmania; contributor to WHO Commission on Macroeconomics and Health (2001); Disease Control Priorities Project Second Edition (2006); Chair Australian National Information and Performance Principal Committee (2016-17).
Health system financing and sustainability
Sustainable health care in the Anthropocene
Applying ecological economics to health and health care
Reducing overdiagnosis and overtreatment
Translating economic evaluation into actionable health system policies
Political economy of health system financing and policy
The economics of health system data and information
Effective policy for health system data and information
Health economics and financing; health care policy and planning; health care organisation; health system sustainability - ecological and economic; ecological economics; health care in the Anthropocene
- Environmental sustainability
- Health and wellbeing
No publications found
Funded Projects at Deakin
Australian Competitive Grants
Bariatric surgery in Tasmania: investigating health service use, costs, patient outcomes and policy options (Research Subcontract)
A/Prof Alison Venn, Prof Andrew Palmer, Prof Douglas Ezzy, A/Prof Christopher Blizzard, Prof Mark Nelson, Dr Amanda Neil, A/Prof Martin Hensher
NHMRC - Partnership Project
- 2020: $54,545
- 2019: $36,363
Other Public Sector Funding
An evaluation of the first two years of implementation of the Australian Mental Health Leaders Fellowship (AMHLF).
A/Prof Sandeep Reddy, A/Prof Grant Phelps, Mr John Rasa, Mr Imran Muhammad, A/Prof Martin Hensher, A/Prof Melissa O'Shea, Prof Michael Berk
- 2021: $25,652
- 2020: $51,305
The uptake, benefits and impacts of virtual healthcare for non-hospitalised TAC clients and providers.
A/Prof Martin Hensher, A/Prof Genevieve Pepin, Prof Elizabeth Manias, Dr Kate Anderson, Prof Marj Moodie, Ms Kelli Nicola-Richmond, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Prof Anna Peeters
- 2021: $93,089
Industry and Other Funding
Western Victoria PHN After Hours Telehealth Pilot Evaluation.
A/Prof Martin Hensher, Prof Marj Moodie, A/Prof Tim Baker, Prof Alison Hutchinson
- 2021: $8,000
- 2020: $32,000
- 2019: $43,500
Review of GMHBA's chronic disease prevention and health promotion programs.
Prof Anna Peeters, A/Prof Jennifer Watts, A/Prof Martin Hensher
- 2019: $20,000
Developing and piloting a framework to evaluate Health APPs to enable the promotion of a curated set of evidence-based Health APPs to consumers in the Australian setting.
A/Prof Martin Hensher, Prof Anna Peeters, Prof Cathy Mihalopoulos, Dr Paul Cooper
- 2020: $114,750
Evaluation of the expansion of telehealth through primary care in Australia.
Prof Anna Peeters, Prof Elizabeth Manias, A/Prof Kevin Mc Namara, A/Prof Vincent Versace, Ms Andrea Hernan, A/Prof Martin Hensher, Prof Marj Moodie, Dr Lan Gao, Prof Liliana Orellana, Prof Andrea Driscoll, Prof Bodil Rasmussen, Prof Peter Vuillermin, Dr Kate Anderson
- 2021: $24,250
- 2020: $24,250
Evaluation of Western PHN After Hours Telehealth for Residential Aged Care Facilities Project.
A/Prof Martin Hensher
- 2020: $8,677
No completed student supervisions to report