EUHEA webkonferanse - EUHEA Virtual conference

“Health economics for sustainable welfare systems” Recordings from Virtual conference 9 July 2020.

Part 1:

Welcome to the EuHEA digital conference of 2020: Svein Stølen, Rector of the University of Oslo

EuHEA matters: Lise Rochaix

Tribute to Adam Wagstaff: Eddy van Doorslaer

Presidential address: Lise Rochaix

Part 2:

Keynote 1: Covid-19 and Long-term Health Impacts: Carol Propper

Part: 3

Live Panel: Covid-19: Prospects for Health Economics Research:

Covid-19 Longitudinal Surveys: Andrew Jones

Prospects for Behavioral Economics: Dorte Gyrd-Hansen

Prospects for Theory: Mathias Kifmann

Member States Coordination for EBDM: Pedro Pita Barros

Part 4:

Keynote 2: What can we Learn from the US Healthcare System's Response to Covid-19?: Sherry Glied

Comments, questions and answers

Part: 5

Organized Session 1 : Behavioral Experiments in Health Policy

Arthur Attema (chair), Daniel Wiesen (organizer)

Allocation of health care under pay-for-performance: winners and losers

Anne Sophie Oxholm, University of Southern Denmark

How insurance status, audits, and fines affect physicians' treatment patterns: A systematic experimental analysis

Sebastian Neumann-Böhme, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Audits, fines and dishonest behavior in neonatology: A behavioral experiment

Mona Groß, University of Cologne

Rankings in Health Care Markets

Katharina Huesmann, University of Münster

Part: 6

Organized Session 2: Improving Quality of Care and Patient Outcomes

Werner Brouwer (chair), Pedro Barros (organizer)

A methodological approach to aggregate multiple measures of hospital quality using variance-based weights

Angela Meggiolaro, Hamburg University

Regional innovation systems of medical technologies – A cross sectional analysis of knowledge production for cardiovascular devices in Europe

Rucha Vadia, Abbott

Type 2 diabetes treatment in Denmark: hospital- vs. GP-monitoring

Ryan Pulleyblank, University of Southern Denmark

Generating population weights for a new quality of life measure of older people

Sebastian Himmler, Erasmus University Rotterdam


Part: 7

Organized Session 3: Long-Term Care: Quality, Preferences, and Health and Labor Market Outcomes

Judite Gonçalves (chair and organizer)

Estimating nursing home quality using big data

Marlies Bär, ESHPM, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Preferences for long-term care services: bequests, informal care and health expectations.

Raun van Ooijen, University of Groningen

Effects of formal home care on spousal health outcomes

Judite Gonçalves, Nova School of Business and Economics



Publisert 8. juli 2020 13:42 - Sist endret 10. juli 2020 14:30