Technical College of Alamance, Haw River, NC
Cheryl McDade is a Programmer Analyst at RTI-HS and provides knowledge and experience in health economics and outcomes research studies, including cost-effectiveness, cost-benefit, cost-utility, and benefit-risk, as well as budget-impact modeling. Ms. McDade has developed decision tree, Markov, and Monte Carlo simulation models across numerous therapeutic areas, including hematology; respiratory; fungal infections; bipolar disorder; angiography technology; breast, colorectal, and prostate cancer; chronic idiopathic constipation; Crohn's disease; and ulcerative colitis. Ms. McDade is an expert programmer in Microsoft Excel and Visual Basic for Applications and also has experience working in Decision Analysis by TreeAge (DATA). Ms. McDade also provides extensive experience in programming graphical user interfaces (GUIs) for health economic models. Ms. McDade has developed GUIs for pediatric asthma, angiography technologies, HIV, COPD, asthma, hemophilia, prostate cancer, and stroke models.