Soeren Mattke is a senior scientist at the RAND Corporation and the Managing Director, RAND Health Advisory Services.
Mattke is an expert in evaluating new technologies and products as well as innovative approaches to organizing and delivering health care services, especially for chronic care. He has worked with a long list of leading pharmaceutical, device, and health care technology companies and is helping his clients worldwide on how to measure and communicate the value of their innovations. He is advising clients on strategic planning decisions, product approval applications, coverage and reimbursement strategy, post-market product development, and corporate communications.
Mattke is also a professor at the Pardee RAND Graduate School.
Mattke received his M.D. from the University of Munich and his M.P.H. and D.Sc. from the Harvard School of Public Health.
Previous PositionsAdministrator, Health Policy Unit, Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD)
- Improving access to medicines in developing countries
- Market introduction of a disruptive technology
- Impact of tele-medicine technology
- Evaluation of employer-based health, wellness, and productivity programs
- Global survey of the market for home health care technology
Osilla KC, Van Busum K, Schnyer C, Larkin JW, Eibner C, Mattke S., "A Systematic Review on the Impact of Worksite Wellness Programs.," The American Journal of Managed Care, 18:e68-e81, 2012
Liu H, Waxman DA, Main R, Mattke S, "Utilization of Anesthesia Services during Outpatient Endoscopies and Colonoscopies and Associated Spending in 2003-2009.," JAMA, 307:1178-1184, 2012
Soeren Mattke et al., "Anti-inflammatory Medication Adherence and Cost and Utilization of Asthma Care in a Commercially Insured Population," J Asthma, 47:323-329, 2010
S. Mattke et al., "Evidence for the Effect of Disease Management: Is $1 Billion a Year a Good Investment?" American Journal of Managed Care, 13:670-676, 2007
Soeren Mattke et al., "The OECD Health Care Quality Indicators Project: history and background," Int J Qual Health Care, 18:1-4, 2006