New MSc program in Health Policy, Planning and Financing Specialization in Health Economics
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New Supplement authored by our Department and esteemed Colleagues in
The European Journal of Health Economics (impact factor-2018: 2.166; Scimago Q1) journal
Guest editor: Péntek Márta
Volume 20, Issue 1 Supplement, June 2019 ISSN: 1618-7598 (Print) 1618-7601 (Online)
Full text online available at: https://link.springer.com/journal/10198/20/1/suppl
Aknowledgment: This research was supported by the Higher Education Institutional Excellence Program of the Ministry of Human Capacities in the framework of the ‘Financial and Public Services’ research project (20764-3/2018/FEKUTSTRAT) at Corvinus University of Budapest.” at Corvinus University of Budapest.
Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2019/1
Challenges and Strategies for the Medical Device Industry in the United States: Potential Implications for MedTech in the European Union
James C. Robinson
March 26, 2019
13:40 – 15:30
Sóház Room: EA1
We would like to thank everyone who worked with us or supported our work in 2018!
Our new MSc program in English is starting in September 2019
Title of the program: Health Policy, Planning and Financing Specialization in Health Economics
Further information on the program and the application procedure can be found on our and the Faculty’s website (link).
Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2018/7
Health status assessment for health economic evaluations: opportunities and challenges in Central and Eastern European countries
Prof. Dominik Golicki
November 27, 2018
Building C, Lecture Hall Room C V-VI
Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2018/6
Insights from the Slovenian healthcare system: current features, major challenges and efforts for reform and improved decision-making
Petra Došenović Bonča
November 20, 2018
Building C, Lecture Hall Room C V-VI
Egészségügyi Közgazdaságtan Tanszék 2017. évi összefoglalója
Applications are invited for 13 ESRs (Early Stage Researchers) funded by the Marie-Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Network HealthPros (Healthcare Performance Intelligence Professionals) within the European Horizon 2020 Programme.
HealthPros is an international consortium of high profile universities, research institutions and companies located in Canada, Denmark, Germany, Hungary, Italy, the United Kingdom, and the Netherlands. We are looking for 13 PhD positions.
HealthPros aims to deliver the next generation of leading, entrepreneurial, and creative healthcare performance intelligence professionals having expertise, skills, and experience to make effective use of available healthcare performance data in countries to improve integrated service delivery, patient engagement, equality in access to healthcare, health outcomes, and reduce waste in healthcare. In HealthPros we will focus on developing tools and implementing methods to streamline healthcare performance measurement, the development and application of performance-based governance mechanisms and effective use of Healthcare Performance Intelligence by different end-users across health care systems.
European Commission funds European Training Network for Healthcare Performance Intelligence Professionals (HealthPros) : 13 PhD positions available from Summer 2018
1 December 2017
A new generation of healthcare professionals is needed to support healthcare systems to achieve a balance between improving the health of populations, delivering quality care for individuals, and containing costs. To meet this need, a European “Marie Sklodowska-Curie Innovative Training Networks” grant has been awarded to the Healthcare Performance Intelligence Professional (HealthPros) Consortium, led by the Academic Medical Centre of the University of Amsterdam (The Netherlands; coordinator; D. Kringos, N. Klazinga), North Denmark Region/Aalborg University Hospital (Denmark; J. Mainz, S.P. Johnsen), Optimedis AG (Germany; O. Groene), University of Surrey (United Kingdom; S. de Lusignan, F. Carinci), Scuola Superiori di Studi Universitari e di Perfezionamento Sant’Anna (Italy; S. Nuti, A. Murante), Corvinus University of Budapest (Hungary; L. Gulácsi, P. Baji), and the University of Toronto (R. Cockerill) / Canadian Institute for Health Information (Canada; K. Morris).
Starting in January 2018, the consortium will train 13 PhD candidates into a first generation of Healthcare Performance Intelligence Professionals (HealthPros) that can make effective use of available healthcare performance data in countries to improve integrated service delivery, patient engagement, equality in access to healthcare, health outcomes, and reduce waste in healthcare.
The HealthPros Training Network will provide an innovative 3-years programme of collaborative, multidisciplinary and entrepreneurial training to the PhD candidates. Through innovative research, HealthPros will develop tools and implement methods to streamline healthcare performance measurement, the development and application of performance-based governance mechanisms and effective use of Healthcare Performance Intelligence by different end-users, that match the different health care systems in the Netherlands, Denmark, Germany, UK, Italy, Hungary and Canada, and will support the transferability of the tools and methods to other countries.
The HealthPros consortium will start recruiting for PhD positions in January 2018. Suitable PhD candidates should be willing to be based abroad, not have more than 4 years of research experience, and not have a doctoral degree.
Read more about the HEALTHPROS Project: http://cordis.europa.eu/search/result_en?q=healthpros
For more info on the recruitment process, please contact email@example.com
Get to know the activitity of the Department of Health Economics
New Honorary Professor at the Department of Health Economics
Date: 13.40-15.10; 2nd May, 2017
Location: Room 2001, Main building, Corvinus University of Budapest, (1093 Bp. Fővám tér 8)
Our college Valentin Brodszky wins Danubius Young Researcher Award 2015 created by the Austrian Federal Ministry for Science and Research (BMWF) and the Institute for the Danube Region and Central Europe (IDM).
Since 2014, Danubius Award is complemented with a specific prize for young scientists – the so-called “Danubius Young Scientist Award“. The award, which is open to all scientific disciplines, seeks to highlight the scientific work and talent of young researchers and to increase the visibility of the scientific community in the Danube Region. Moreover young scientists are encouraged to engage themselves in the scientific examination of problems and questions specifically related to the Danube.
The prize is endowed with 1,200 Euros per winner. Universities, Academies of Sciences and Research Institutions in all 14 countries of the Danube Region have been encouraged to nominate suitable and promising candidates that have been assessed by an international expert jury.