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Today, countries spent 6% -15% of their GDP on healthcare, the social costs - it is estimated that – can reach the twice. The big expenditure encourages more active participation in reimbursement from all countries. The healthcare system of developed countries is one of the largest employers. In our country, more than 250 thousand people are employed in this sector. In addition, the broader health care (pharmaceuticals and instruments, and other suppliers of services) is one of the fastest developing areas across the world. The economics of health care is complex, requires specialized knowledge.

The courses cover the main areas of economic evaluation, including the methods for measuring costs and outcomes, health economic modeling and issues relating to the transferability of economic data.


Readings required:

- M. F. Drummond, A McGuire (Editor): Economic Evaluation in Health Care: Merging Theory with Practice, Oxford, 2002

Readings recommended:

- M. F. Drummond, A McGuire (Editor): Economic Evaluation in Health Care: Merging Theory with Practice, Oxford, 2002

Syllabus of the course.

Last modified: 2011.09.08.

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