Stacey provides analytical support to major change programmes, modelling and evaluating the impact of proposed changes to healthcare services and predicting future demands.
She started her career nearly twenty years ago in Cancer Intelligence. After completion of a Master’s degree in Public Health she led an intelligence team at a Public Health Observatory, during which time she was technical advisor for national Health Profiles and developed public health outcomes framework indicators. She has run public health intelligence training programmes and developed analytical tools.
Stacey’s work at the Strategy Unit has included predicting future activity and relocation of elective orthopaedic procedures, future demands for endoscopy and estimating future primary care consultations.
Recent work has focused on discrete event simulation of primary care and developing analysts’ skills in this method, causes of increases in ambulances at ED and coronavirus pandemic ICU model interpretation, demand monitoring and forecasting.