Russell Becker


Russel Becker


901 Walnut Street
10th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19107

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Russell Becker


Research & Practice Interests

Health Economics and Outcomes Research
Economic Modeling


MA, University of Virginia



Economic Modeling


Russell Becker is an independent strategic and research consultant with over 20 years of HEOR consulting experience.  He founded Russell Becker Consulting in 2010 and consults with pharmaceutical, biotech, medical device, and diagnostic companies both large and small.  His strategically consults with clients to develop HEOR research plans targeted to meet the requirements of client’s payer, provider, and HTA audiences.  Additionally, he utilizes his broad portfolio of HEOR skills to conduct studies such as economic models, clinical trial design, observational studies, national patient surveys, cost-effectiveness analyses, and publication development.

He has a strong, recognized capability in developing various types of health economics models, including budget impact and cost-effectiveness models, from design through final application and/or publication. He has over 75 peer-reviewed publications and presentations and has experience teaching and communicating HEOR concepts to drug/device developer, payer, provider, and academic audiences.  His experience includes a number of therapeutic areas such as cardiovascular, oncology, mental health, HIV/AIDS, pain management, urology, mental health and several others.

Prior to forming Russell Becker Consulting, Russell was the Director of HEOR for Dymaxium, Inc., where he led a group of project managers, analysts, programmers, and graphic artists in developing economic models and interfaces for models and other HEOR tools.  Prior to joining Dymaxium, he worked as an HEOR consultant with IMS Consulting, Ovation Research Group (currently ICON), Parexel, and State and Federal Associates.

Russell earned his M.A. in Economics from the University of Virginia and a B.S. in Business with a minor in Economics from Pennsylvania State University.  He also lectured in economics at George Mason University.