About us at Health Outcomes Insights
Keith founded Health Outcomes Insights (Formerly DHP Research & Consultancy) to support academia, healthcare agencies and pharmaceutical companies across a range of conditions and diseases using both traditional and innovative methods to get targeted answers to patient reported outcomes and behaviour. In addition to conducting research studies and providing consultancy for our clients, we are involved in training and journal reviewing. We are also active in organisations such as ISPOR and ISOQOL.
Keith Meadows PhD Founder and CEO
Keith is Chief Executive Officer and Founder of Health Outcomes Insights (Formerly DHP Research) with over 30 years of Pharmaceutical industry, academic and consulting experience with a specialism in patient reported outcomes and behaviour assessment and survey design. He is currently a member of the Health Outcome Measures Development Team, Oxford University Innovation With over 30 years experience in health-related research, Keith has conducted research across Europe including, the development and evaluation of health outcome assessment measures, survey design and cross-cultural research. He is the author of the Diabetes Health Profile which is a patient reported outcome (PRO) measure which assesses the impact on patients’ quality of life as a result of living with diabetes. Prior to founding Health Outcomes Insights (Formerly DHP Research), Keith has held a number of senior academic posts including, Visiting Lecturer, City University and Senior Lecturer, University of Hull, where as a member of two European funded research projects he was involved in the development of a number of diabetes and asthma-specific patient reported outcomes and behaviour measures and led an international team for the harmonisation of the cross-cultural equivalence of a series of patient outcome measures. Keith has published and presented widely on a range of research topics with a particular focus on patient reported outcomes and survey questionnaire design, resulting in more than 1500 citations.