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Ivey International Centre for Health Innovation

Andrew Scarffe, Research Associate

Research Associate

Andrew is a Research Associate for the Centre. He earned his Masters of Health and Rehabilitation Sciences and Bachelor of Health Sciences from Western University and is currently pursuing his Masters of Business Administration at Thompson Rivers University. His Master’s research sought to start the creation of an academically defensible body of literature that explored the nature of the globalization in health care and international agreements amongst Ontario Academic Health Science Centres. As a result of his research findings, Andrew has been an invited guest lecturer and keynote speaker in Beijing, China and Dubai, United Arab Emirates (respectively). Andrew’s research at the Centre is predominantly focused on innovation adoption and commercialization strategy, with an emphasis on applying the principles of value-based health management as a conduit to achieving proof-of-value and subsequent system level adoption of innovation.