Enrique Bernal-Delgado MD PhD is also Master in Public Health and Master in Health Economics. After a period as Visiting Scholar at The Dartmouth Institute (Dartmouth Medical School, NH, USA), he founded the Data Sciences for Health Services and Policy research group at the Institute for Health Sciences in Aragon (IACS) where currently holds the position of senior scientist.
His research areas are a) the study of unwarranted variations in health systems performance (i.e., the analysis of equity, utilization, quality and safety, and effectiveness and efficiency) included the policy analysis of those health systems; b) the comparative effectiveness of complex interventions delivered to chronic and fragile populations; and, c) the development of methodology for the reuse of massive real world data.
Main translation into policy activities are the systematic publication of Atlases on unwarranted variations in healthcare is Spain (www.atlasvpm.org); and, his contribution to the development of the European Health Research and Innovation Cloud (https://healthycloud.eu) and to the European Health Data Space (https://tehdas.eu) , both meant the systematic reuse of health data for research, regulation and policy making.
Selected papers at: https://orcid.org/0000-0002-0961-3298