24th April, 2018

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2018/6

Unmet health care needs in Europe
Prof. Carlota Quintal, Faculty of Economics, University of Coimbra, Portugal

Program


19th, March, 2018

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2018/5

Pricing of drugs, coverage and copayments. Policy and health issues
Prof. Beatriz Gonzales Lopez-Valcerel, Universidad de Las Palmas

Program


5th March, 2018

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2018/4

Shared decision making in the healthcare system
Prof. Peep Stalmeier, Radboud University Medical Centre, Nijmegen, The Netherlands

Program


5th March, 2018

Corvinus Health Policy and Health EconomicsConference Series 2018/3

Health technology assessment and drug reimbursement
Keynote speaker: Dominik Golicki M.D., Ph.D., habil., M.A., Department of Experimental and Clinical Pharmacology, Medical University
of Warsaw, Warsaw, Poland

Program


26th February, 2018

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2018/2

Long-term care in Europe and Asia: Challenges and Reforms
Prof. Hyun-Joo Nam, Gachon University
Prof. August Österle, Vienna University of Economics and Business

Program


13th February, 2018

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2018/1

Pharmacoeconomics – Perspectives from the Pharmaceutical Industry
keynote speaker: Dr. Tamás Koncz

Program


20th November, 2017

Magyar Tudomány Ünnepe 2017
Emberközpontú tudomány

Idősödő társadalom, öregedés – a tudomány és a társadalom együttműködésének szükségességére az életminőség kedvező irányú befolyásolása érdekében

Program


22nd September, 2017

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2017/3

Market socialism and community rating
keynote speaker: Prof. Peter Zweifel

Program


2nd May, 2017

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2017/2

The social burden of formal and informal outof-pocket payments for health care services
Inaugural lecture of Prof. Dr. Milena Pavlova, Maastricht University

Program

New Honorary Professor at the Department of Health Economics

Honorary Professor Ceremony of Prof. Milena Pavlova


25th April, 2017

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2017/1

Economic evaluation of informal care
keynote speaker: Prof. Ulrike Schneider

Program


25th April, 2016

CEU – CORVINUS Joint Health Policy Seminar Series

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2016/4

Sustainable employment

Keynote speaker: Prof. Niek Klazinga, University of Amsterdam & OECD Paris

Program

13th April, 2016

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2016/3

Measuring and valuing informal care for use in economic evaluations
Health Economics, Policy and Law (HEPL) Master’s Programme, Erasmus University Rotterdam – introduction
Keynote speakers: Prof. Werner Brouwer & Prof. Job van Exel
Program

12th April, 2016

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Conference Series 2016/2

The miracles of pricing and reimbursement in health care 
Keynote speaker: Prof. Marc Koopmanschap, Erasmus University of Rotterdam
Program

1st March, 2016

CEU – CORVINUS Joint Health Policy Seminar Series

Corvinus Health Policy and Health Economics Miniconference Series 2016/1

THE INSTITUTIONAL DESIGN OF DECISION-MAKING PROCESSES IN HEALTH CARE PRIORITY SETTING

 Program


21st January, 2016.

Clinical revolution and power. The case of the one thousand dollar pill

Piotr Ozieranski (University of Bath, UK)

For more information please contact loblova_olga@phd.ceu.edu.


2015.12.01.

PRIORITY SETTING AND DECISION MAKING IN HEALTH CARE

15.30-17.30

1093 Budapest, Fővám tér 8. Room: 3005

Speakers:

Francesco Paolucci, Murdoch University, Australia, University of Bologna, Italy

Manuel García-Goñi, Complutense University of Madrid, Spain

Emmanouil Mentzakis, University of Southampton, UK

Chair: Petra Baji, Department of Health Economics, Corvinus University of Budapest, Hungary

Program


20th October 2015.

“Focus on biological and biosimilar drugs in Europe: pricing, reimbursement and access issues”

Paul Cornes, Uwe Gudat, Mike Muenzberg, Zsombor Zrubka

Program


 

2015.04.28.

Dutch – Hungarian Health Policy Students’ Day

The event is organized on the occasion of the visitation of an 18-member student group together with academic staff from The Institute of Health Policy & Management (iBMG), Erasmus University of Rotterdam to Corvinus University of Budapest. The programme builds upon the two decade-long bilateral relationship between the two institutions that created the framework for a variety of common research projects, conferences, seminars, and other academic events.

Program

2015. 04. 27.

RATIONALIZING THE INTRODUCTION AND USE OF PHARMACEUTICAL PRODUCTS:The role of Managed Entry Agreements in Central European countries

Szerte a világon egyre kiterjedtebben alkalmazzák a gyógyszerek finanszírozása során ezeket a „MEA” megoldásokat, amelyek sora egyre bővülő, az ár-volumen megállapodástól, a diszkonton, a dózis és a költségvetés maximalizálásán, a komparátorokkal történő összehasonlításon, a felírás korlátozásán át az outcome garanciákig sok mindent felölel. Ezek a finanszírozási megoldások jelentősen megváltoztatják az ár, sok esetben az eredmény és a költség-hatékonysági viszonyokat, miközben valamennyi országban viszonylag kevés információ áll erről rendelkezésre.Érdemes megvizsgálni a MEA módszerek hatékonyságát, a különböző országok gyakorlatát, finanszírozási és egészségpolitikai jelentőségét. Több országra kiterjedő felmérésünk első eredményei kerülnek ezen a konferencián először megvitatásra, kiváló előadók részvételével.

Program

 

2015. 04. 13.
An inside look at brain disorders: What can health economics add to mental health care?

Prof. Judit Simon
THE COSTS AND OUTCOMES OF COMPULSORY COMMUNITY TREATMENT FOR PEOPLE WITH SEVERE MENTAL HEALTH DISORDERS

Compulsory supervision outside hospital has been developed internationally for the treatment of mentally ill people following widespread
deinstitutionalisation, but its efficacy has not yet been proven. Community Treatment Orders (CTOs) may lead to superior health outcomes and consequently to reduced hospital admissions resulting in significant cost savings for the health and social care system, while the additional coercion posed on patients may have a significant negative impact on their quality of life and freedom of choice. The current presentation will discuss the trade-off between these potentially conflicting impacts of CTOs within a full economic evaluation framework using evidence from the UK OCTET Trial (ISRCTN73110773). In order to overcome the relevant limitations of the most commonly applied utility approach in terms of capturing non-health benefits and broader welfare inequalities, a nouveau operationalization  of Sen’s capability approach was implemented in addition to standard economic evaluation methods. The capability approach focuses on the importance of
freedoms to be or do things people have reason to value, but so far it has had very limited applications in the mental health context. The talk will also introduce the resulting OxCAP-MH questionnaire, a multidimensional instrument for outcome measurement in mental health research and its application within the above mentioned economic evaluation framework.

Márta Péntek Ph.D. habil: Are Hungarians the gloomiest nation in Europe? Health related quality of life (HRQoL) in the Central and Eastern European region

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Program

 

2015. 02. 27.

Conference

“Health and Long-term Care Policies in Europe: Transnational Developments”, Prof. August Österle

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2014.


2014. 05. 07.

The cost of adherence: quality of life and health economic impacts. Inaugural lecture, Ágnes Mészáros

Program

2014. 04. 29.

A Semmelweis Egyetem és a Budapesti Corvinus Egyetem együttműködésében – Egészségügy és közgazdaságtan: interdiszciplináris hallgatói konferencia és tanulmányi verseny

Helyezések

2014. 03. 31.

How to achieve efficiency gain? Improvement of health system performance in the EU Prof. Niek Klazinga

Program

2014. 02. 24.

Cross-border health care conference, Prof. August Österle

Program

 

2013.


2013. 10. 15.: Prof. Dr. Adam Oliver  From Nudging to Budging: Using Behavioural Economics to Inform Public Sector Policy

Program

Conference, 2013. 04. 22: Biológiai és biohasonló szerek; félelmek és evidenciák

Program

Conference, 2013. 04. 18-19.: European Health Policy Group Meeting

Program

Egészségügy és közgazdaságtan; interdiszciplináris hallgatói tudományos konferencia és tanulmányi verseny

Conference Volume

 

PhD Defence – Petra Baji 2013.02.22. Maastricht University

Thesis title: Out-of-pocket patient payments for health care services in Hungary: Past experience and future perspectives.

Letölthető: http://www.maastrichtuniversity.nl/web/Institutes/FHML/CAPHRI/DepartmentsCAPHRI/HealthServicesResearch/PublicationsHSR/PhDDissertationsHSR.htm#petra_baji_-_out-of-pocket_patient_payments_for_health_care_services_in_hungary:_past_experience_and_future_perspectives