Bregtje Kamphuis is a Principal Consultant in Health & Life Sciences at Technopolis. Bregtje’s main areas of expertise are pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement policies, access to medicines, comparative health policy, health systems, sustainable healthcare financing, and evidence-based policy analysis. She is experienced with various methods, including structured and non-structured interviews, surveys, Delphi panels, case studies, desk research and systematic/comprehensive literature reviews.
Prior to Technopolis, Bregtje worked at the London School of Economics and Political Science for 10 years. She was an Associate Director in Health Policy at the Medical Technology Research Group (MTRG) at the London School of Economics and Political Science for four years. Her research focus was on pharmaceutical pricing and reimbursement policies and access to medicines, but she also works on projects looking at appropriateness and quality of care in specific disease areas such as asthma, autism and migraine. In her role at the MTRG, she was responsible for conducting research, drafting reports and journal articles, and responsible for the design, management, and delivery of research outputs for a variety of international and industry clients. Prior to joining the MTRG, she was a Project Manager and Researcher at LSE Consulting for six years, managing projects and conducting research in social policy for international organizations, European bodies, governments, and private clients.
Bregtje has an MSc in International Health Policy (LSE), an MSc in Law, Anthropology and Society (LSE), and a BA in Liberal Arts from the University College of Utrecht. She is fluent in English and Dutch.