MSc, Health Economics and Health Policy
University of Birmingham, Birmingham, United Kingdom
Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, United Kingdom
Ludwig-Maximilian-Universität, Munich, Germany
Na’ngono is a Health Economist at RTI-HS. After graduating as a pharmacist, he completed a PhD in chemometrics, developing parametric and nonparametric statistical models to predict drug metabolism in human. More recently he concluded an MSc in Health Economics and Health Policy. His MSc dissertation focussed on estimating the cost of ventilator-associated pneumonia in England and the cost-effectiveness of the Venner PneuX proprietary endotracheal tube.
Na’ngono joined RTI-HS from health informatics specialists First DataBank Europe, where he first worked in a role involving clinical and technical prototyping of new products and went on to contribute to the development of a novel medicines optimisation software now successfully used by a number of CCGs (regional NHS commissioning groups) across England. In his time at RTI-HS, Na’ngono has undertaken and managed projects dealing with cost-effectiveness models, budget-impact models, and model validation, as well as systematic reviews and gap analyses.
Na’ngono is a member of the British Oncology Pharmacy Association.