At Incentive, Mikkel has gained solid experience in a number of core areas within health economics. This includes applications to the Danish Medicines Council, budget impact and cost-effectiveness models and preference studies, where he can contribute with his competencies within problem solving as well as to the technical execution of the project.
Mikkel is the co-author of several scientific articles, which have been published in among others the Journal of Medical Economics, as well as a number of abstracts, which have been accepted for a broad spectrum of conferences.
Mikkel excels in the ability to put himself in the client’s shoes in order to deliver the product that creates the most value for the client.
Mikkel holds a PhD from the University of Southern Denmark, where he has researched the Labour market effects of medical interventions and welfare generosity.