Orsi Nagy is a Policy Officer in the Directorate General for Health and Consumers working on the European Innovation Partnership on Active and Healthy Ageing (EIP on AHA). The Partnership is a pilot initiative of the European Commission that aims to enhance European competitiveness and tackle societal challenges through research and innovation by bringing together key stakeholders; all actors in the innovation cycle, from research to adoption, along with those engaged in standardisation and regulation. She responsible for the Integrated Care Action Group, which aims to improve the quality and sustainability of care through the integration of the levels of health care and the social and health services.
Prior to the Commission, she worked in international health NGOs, the Mental Health Initiative of the Open Society Foundations, and the Project HOPE Foundation in Hungary, Brussels and the USA. In the Office of Health Technology Assessment of the National Institute for Strategic Health Research in Hungary, she worked as an economist on the health technology assessment of pharmaceuticals for reimbursement decisions and the European network for Health Technology Assessment – EUnetHTA.
She has an MSc in Economics, and an MA in English Language, Literature and Teaching.