Anu is a health economist. At Delos, she contributes to the design and development of strategic frameworks to evaluate and quantify the financial benefits of built environment interventions aiming at improving occupant’s health and well-being.
She specializes in health economics, public health, epidemiology and biostatistics with over five years of experience, working closely with medical groups and integrated delivery networks, measuring total cost of care, evaluating value-based incentives and quality measures. She is also proficient in analyzing administrative, electronic medical record( EMR), and public health expenditure datasets using advanced statistical techniques.
Prior to joining Delos, Anu has worked as a Health Services researcher at AMGA and urban infrastructure consultant at PricewaterhouseCoopers. She has also led several studies related to predicting risk factors for various chronic conditions including obesity, type 2 diabetes, asthma, COPD, and hypertension. She received a public service scholarship from New York University where she completed her Master’s in Public Administration with specialization in health policy. She also holds a Masters in Organizational Psychology from the London School of Economics. Anu has published three peer-reviewed studies, three white papers and presented her work at over eight conferences.