Panagiotis Papantoniou is a PhD candidate and scholar in Health Management at Warwick Business School. He holds two Bachelor degrees, the first in Health and Welfare Management Units from Athens University of Applied Sciences (distinction), while the second in Marketing and Communication from Athens University of Economics and Business(distinction). He completed the MBA programme at Athens University of Economics and Business(distinction) and the MSc in International Health Management at Imperial College Business School(Distinction). He has recently completed an MPhil at Warwick Business School. His research interests lie in the field of Health Economics with an emphasis on economic evaluation of health interventions. He has received multiple scholarships and awards from Athens University of Economics and Business, Imperial College and Warwick Business School for his academic performance. His research work has been presented on international peer-reviewed journals in topics of Health Economics and Management. He has worked at the Centre for Health Economics and Policy Innovation of Imperial College, while he has completed a project with Delloite(UK) regarding the optimization of health service delivery processes of the NHS.