About me

I am a member of the Health Economics and Policy Research Group who conduct research on how resources are used to contribute to effective care and health improvements. I am also employed by Region Stockholm at the Centre for Health Economics, Informatics and Health Care Research.

Research description

I participate in the NORCHER project, which is a Nordic collaboration where we compare and analyze utilization, productivity, results and costs in healthcare between the Nordic countries.

My doctoral dissertation focused on how benchmarking together with big data from patient and population registers can be applied to measure performance from different perspectives and levels in healthcare. The title of the dissertation is "Hips don’t lie – the use of benchmarking and register data to assess the performance of orthopaedic care" and you can read more about the doctoral project here.


I have a Master of Science degree in Business and Economics (one year), with economics as main field of study from Stockholm’s University and a Master of Science degree in Medical Science (two year), with health economics, management and policy as main field of study from Karolinska Institutet. I defended my dissertation in 2021 at Karolinska Institutet.