Ashton Moradi, PharmD, MS

Health Economist

Ashton joined ICER in March of 2021 as a Health Economist. Within this role, he develops and supports development of ICER budget impact analyses and cost-effectiveness analyses. Prior to joining ICER, Ashton was an economic modeler and life sciences consultant with prior training as a postdoctoral fellow in health economics and outcomes research. During his time as an economic modeler and consultant, Ashton provided guest lectures to Mercer University College of Pharmacy students around applications of health economics and outcomes research to the pharmaceutical industry. Ashton has had prior affiliations with local and national chapters of Academy of Managed Care Pharmacy, International Society for Pharmacoeconomics and Outcomes Research, and Institute for Healthcare Improvement. He has presented prior academic work on the topics of budget impact analysis methodologies and innovative pharmaceutical payment scheme design, including US payer perspectives around such.

Ashton received his PharmD from Mercer University College of Pharmacy and his MS in Pharmacy with a concentration in applied pharmacoeconomics from University of Florida. He graduated with a BS in biochemistry and molecular biology from University of Georgia.