Lily (Zhaoli) Tang is a Research Analyst in the Real-World Evidence Center of Excellence, based in OPEN Health’s China office.
She has 5 years of clinical training, 3 years of professional experience in Neurology, and 3 years of experience in health services research. Her expertise includes large retrospective database/claims analyses, real-world treatment patterns, healthcare resource utilization, health-related quality of life, meta-analysis, and economic modeling. Lily has extensive experience working with large claims data including SEER-Medicare and MarketScan, as well as electronic medical records. Her work covers therapeutic areas including neurological diseases, cardiovascular diseases, renal diseases, and oncology.
Prior to joining OPEN Health, Lily worked as a health economist at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), where she conducted meta-analyses and provided analytical support for studies that evaluated the preventive performance of insurances nationwide. Additionally, she worked as a research intern at Rollins School of Public Health, Emory University, where she supported study design and conducted quantitative analyses. Lily earned her MD degree from Xiang-Ya School of Medicine and her MSPH degree in Health Policy and Health Services Research from Emory University. She has authored and co-authored over 10 peer-reviewed publications.