Mr. Mathews has worked on a variety of reimbursement projects identifying public and private payer coverage channels, coding options, and pricing and payment possibilities for drugs, diagnostics, and medical devices. His specific area of expertise is in diagnostics, with a focus on value-based pricing for laboratory tests and molecular diagnostics, as well as with global companion diagnostic launch strategies. His experience further includes work with test and platform developers and laboratories, novel medical/surgical devices, drug/diagnostic combinations, and pharmaceutical product launches.
Mr. Mathews’ prior experience includes working on health policy as a legislative aide on Capitol Hill. He has also worked for the government affairs office of Genentech and has participated in a National Institutes of Health sponsored clinical trial which focused on genetic testing for Alzheimer’s disease.
Mr. Mathews has a master’s degree in public policy from Duke University and completed his undergraduate work at Colgate University.