Craig Mitton, PhD – Managing Partner
Craig is an internationally recognized leader in the field of health care priority setting and resource allocation. He brings to the organization over 15 years’ experience as a health economist both in the university setting and as a health care consultant. Aiding health care organizations in meeting budgetary needs, Craig has worked with leaders around the globe to ensure that health care systems remain fiscally sustainable.
Craig is the lead author of a published book entitled: The Priority Setting Toolkit: a guide to the use of economics in health care priority setting and is the lead or co-author of over 100 peer reviewed journal articles focused primarily on health care funding and resource allocation. With more than 150 national and international speaking engagements along with delivering in-depth priority setting workshops and classes, Craig’s ability to share his knowledge and passion is brought to each project he undertakes. In the past decade he has held major university-based awards, including a Canada Research Chair and a Michael Smith Foundation for Health Research Scholar Award.
Craig can be found racing down the local mountain ranges or kayaking the open waters near his home on the West Coast. He lives with his wife and two daughters in Vancouver.