Lyudmila Gorokhovich
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Lyudmila (Mila) Gorokhovich is a Project Leader with the IMS Institute for Healthcare Informatics. Most recently, she led a project assessing the opportunity of responsible medicine use in collaboration with the World Health Organization for a health ministers’ summit hosted by the Dutch Ministry of Health. Previously, Mila was a consultant with the IMS Consulting Group where she advised pharmaceutical companies in a number of areas including pricing and market access strategies, cost-effectiveness modelling, value message development, demand forecasting and policy and advocacy strategies. She has specific expertise in health policy with a focus on the EU and emerging markets. Mila joined IMS in 2010 after working at McKinsey and Company in the Health Systems Institute, where she advised payers and policymakers on using health system information and evidence to improve the efficiency and quality outcomes of health care interventions. Mila also has extensive experience in the non-profit sector with a focus on public health in her role as co-founder of the Global Youth Coalition on HIV/AIDS and former position as Project Manager with Generation Rwanda, based in Kigali, Rwanda. Mila holds a Master of Science (Honours) in International Health Policy and Health Economics from the London School of Economics and a Bachelor of Arts with Honours from Barnard College, Columbia University.


Recent Posts by Lyudmila Gorokhovich

Advancing The Responsible Use Of Medicines: Quantifying Avoidable Health System Costs

With global spending on medicines likely to reach one trillion dollars by 2014, and growing concern about the cost-effectiveness of all parts of healthcare spending, an examination of the ways in which medicines are used is both timely and relevant to understand their impact on patient outcomes...