Economic Evaluation Service in Health, Public Health Division, Hospices Civils de Lyon
Health Technology Assessment, Patients’ preferences, contingent valuation, willingness to pay, discrete choice experiment, decision aids
Jennifer Margier is health economist in the Health Economics Evaluation Department of Lyon hospital and holds a PhD in Economics. Specializing in the medico-economic evaluation of innovations, her researches focuses on the integration of patients’ preferences and more generally users into public decision-making, and mobilizes methods of revealing preferences (contingent evaluation and discrete choice experiment). She also works on the decision aids tools, and the econometric study of the determinants of preferences. She is member of the selection committee for grants “Programme de Recherche Médico-Economique of French Ministry of Health since 2014, and lecturer in University of Lyon, where she teaches mainly the evaluation of health care programs and the French health care system.