Dr Stefanie Tan
BA MSc PhD
15-17 Tavistock Place
My first degree was in International Development and Anthropology at McGill University, followed by an MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing from the LSE and LSHTM, and a PhD exploring the impact of p4p contracts on non-profit organisations at the LSHTM.
Before joining the school, I worked in the WHO's Department of Health Financing Policy and in the non-profit sector where I was involved in health promotion programs in Canada and the United States and community development projects in Kenya, and Ecuador.
I am a tutor for the MSc in Health Policy, Planning and Financing and teach on Economic Analysis for Health Policy.
My main research interest lies in exploring the use of incentives on provider behaviour. My PhD research examined the impact of financial incentives in two non-profit organisations. I am part of the Policy Innovation Research Unit (PIRU) and my current work explores the use of Social Impact Bonds in health and social care in England and incentives for innovation in the biopharma sector to combat antimicrobial resistance (AMR). My previous work has looked at integrated care, primary care organisation, the use of clinical audits, and the quasi-market reforms of the NHS.