Monday, May 9
Friday, May 13, 2022
Lecturer(s): Prof. Andrew Street, Prof. Giuliano Masiero, Prof. Fabrizio Mazzonna Location: Lugano ECTS: 3
The health care sector is extremely complex, and this gives rise to a number of regulatory issues. These concern how the health system should be financed, how healthcare providers should be paid, and how performance should be evaluated. The objective of the course is to give students an introduction to: how health systems are financed; to the regulation of the supply-side of the system, including payment arrangements and performance measurement; to the role of government in influencing demand for healthcare, including encouraging healthy behaviours; the complexities of evaluating policy and performance; and the contribution that health economics can make to the development of health policy.
At the end of the module, the students will have an understanding of:
Local Coordinator: Fabrizio Mazzonna
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