Farah El Sayed, MD, MPH
Farah is a healthcare consultant at BSP whose work focuses primarily on clinical strategy, health economics and outcomes research, and medical communications. Her recent projects with BSP include:
- Investigated healthcare utilization cost for patients with perioperative hypotension undergoing non-cardiac surgeries
Business and Clinical Strategy:
- Supported the writeup of a manuscript on the association of intraoperative hypotension and persistent acute kidney disease after non-cardiac surgery
- Looked into high quality literature regarding vascular access, reviewed current guidelines and evaluated the quality of evidence using GRADE methodology, identified experts in the field, and analysed potential impact on current guidelines for a global medical technology company
Farah is a medical doctor and public health practitioner. She earned her Master’s degree in Public Health (MPH) with a concentration in Health Management and Policy (HMP), from the American University of Beirut (AUB) before pursuing the MD program at the same university. While in graduate school, she worked on the Patient-Centred Medical Home (PCMH) care delivery model with an emphasis on individualized care plans for patients with chronic conditions. Prior to joining BSP, Farah volunteered and worked in different countries including Canada, the US, and the Middle East where she helped patients lead healthier lives through evidence based-practice preventive medicine practices. In her leisure, she finds joy in interior design, paint, and travel.