MedMetrics Inc.
Evidence-based healthcare research and consulting solutions
Company Overview
MedMetrics Inc. is a full spectrum health care research and consulting firm with global expertise in all aspects of the
design, analysis, reporting and publication of clinical, epidemiologic and health economic studies in a variety of clinical
areas. We undertake research for a wide range of both public and private sector clients. We have conducted projects in
the following therapeutic areas: ophthalmology, diabetes, COPD, coronary heart failure, dental caries, tele-health,
Aboriginal health policy, tuberculosis, vitamin D deficiency, etc.

MedMetrics Inc., strives to develop outstanding evidence-based research solutions to demonstrate the value of potential
health care products and technologies, particularly for  market access, pricing and reimbursement activities.
November 2014:

Dr Smith has been appointed as a Visiting Professor (Health Economics) in the Department of Pharmacy, Health and
Well-Being, Faculty of Applied Sciences at the University of Sunderland, England.  Professor Smith will work with
Professors Scott Wilkes and Kim Hinshaw on the health economics of tele-health monitoring in high risk pregnancies.

October 2014:
Dr Smith, was appointed as a Visiting Professor of Ophthalmology in the Department of Ophthalmology in the Division of
Diabetes and Nutritional Science in the Faculty of Life Sciences and Medicine at King's College London, England.
Professor Smith will be conducting research in collaboration with Professor Chris Hammond on the health economics
and epidemiology of eye disease and related areas.
Latest Publication:
Epidemiological forecasting of tuberculosis in the Province of
Quebec  was published in BMC Public Health.

A copy of the article is available by clicking here
Phone: +1-613-408-2500
Skype:  andrewmedmetrics
Upcoming Events: May 2015:
Professor Smith is planning to be in attendance at the ARVO annual meeting in Denver,
Colorado from May
2-7th and would be delighted to meet with you and discuss your
research project.
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