Aiya has a clinical background and experience developing evidence-based solutions, market access strategies, and best practice guidelines to deliver superior health outcomes
Aiya Taylor joined HTAnalysts in August 2019 as a health outcomes intern and in December 2019, became a member of the team as a Consultant. Aiya obtained her Bachelor of Health Science and Bachelor of Nursing conjoint degree from the University of Auckland and became a registered nurse in New Zealand before deciding to study a Masters of Public Health at the University of Sydney.
Prior to working at HTAnalysts, Aiya worked at NetworkZ, a joint research initiative between the Accident Compensation Corporation and the University of Auckland, working with multiple District Health Boards across the country to launch and develop Australasia’s first surgical simulation programme. The programme aims to reduce healthcare costs through improved patient safety and communication within surgical teams. Aiya was heavily involved in research, data analysis and evaluation of the programme as well as assisting in the delivery of the programme itself. Aiya also has experience working across multiple clinical environments, including Auckland hospital’s mental health high dependency unit, paediatric centre, and as a volunteer for four weeks in a hospital and community health programme in Suva, Fiji as a registered nurse.