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It is our great pleasure and honour to extend to you a warm welcome to attend the “5th World Congress on Health Economics, Health Policy and Healthcare Management” which will be held during October 14-15, 2019 in Warsaw, Poland.

The theme of this year Health economics conferences “Equity in delivery and financing of health services & health care across life cycle” brings together renowned experts from the international scientific community to provide a premier inter-multi-trans-disciplinary to exchange their latest results related to Health financing, health care services, Pharmaceutical manufacturers, health insurance, health econometrics, Behavioural economics, health outcomes research, health care markets, international health economics, Public health, macro and micro economics.

Health economics conferences 2019 is anticipating participation from renowned speakers including researchers, Health Economists, Healthcare Industry leaders, Health Policy Makers, Health care administrators, health care professionals, Nursing Professionals, Pharmaceutical and health insurance companies and many from leading universities. The scientific program paves a way to gather visionaries through the plenary lectures, research talks, workshops, and symposia invited sessions and oral and poster sessions of unsolicited contributions.

We hope and expect Health Economics Congress 2019 theme to inspire a number of research avenues, and look forward to discussing findings, ideas and synergies in this Global Academic Forum.

Target audience

  • Health policy-makers
  • Health care administrators
  • Health care professionals
  • Ministry of Health staff at the policy, operational decision-making levels in central and decentralized units           
  • Ministry of Planning staff working in the health sector
  • Health economists
  • Clinicians
  • Researchers who have the on-the-ground skills of health care delivery and want to understand the logic of health care as an industry
  • Graduates from health sciences and social sciences
  • IT professionals who are interested in structuring practical research that measures the impact of proposed programs and health policy changes
  • Students participating in the Master Health Sciences
  • Medical health officers - They will be able to provide better services to the consumer
  • Paramedical students – They manage various medical situations and economies of it and can be able to better advise the customers
  • Individual hospital facility is benefited as this facilitates them of the hospital and perceives what services are needed by the customers of the hospital and the way will they be funded.
  • Pharmaceutical and health insurance corporations will be benefited as this may facilitate in understanding the demand and provide varied health and insurance products and evaluate the economic viability of the same for the company.

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Market Analysis

IMPORTANCE AND SCOPE :

Health financial aspects is characterized as the financial aspects connected on the savvy examination of medicinal services. It is the least complex courses that amid which this will be earned as by coordinating the medicinal services administrations and the repayment technique consistently. The treatments, be it antiquated or imaginative ones, should be skilfully focused to improve the clinical results also as enhance the tending costs. The primary focus of medicinal services frameworks over the globe is on diminishing the value of wellbeing administrations per individual. Advances in therapeutic innovation and better reliance on medicinal gadgets has made it basic for those inside the restorative gadgets has made it basic for those in the medicinal gadgets industry to bring wellbeing financial aspects into genuine thought.

OVERVIEW:

Health  Economics Congress 2019 means to unite experts from each corner who share a pledge to diminish the worldwide weight with the subject "Value in conveyance and financing of health  administrations and human services crosswise over life cycle" expecting in excess of 350 social insurance experts, working in and past Health Economics to share encounters and best practices through welcomed keynote, entire addresses, symposium, workshops, welcomed sessions and notices covering a scope of points and critical issues which influence all of us from the exploration to the useful executions. We trust and expect Health Economics 2019 subject to rouse various research roads, and anticipate talking about thoughts, discoveries and cooperative energies, in this International Academic Forum.

 
   

HEALTH ECONOMICS OUTCOMES RESEARCH:

  • Demonstrate information of the jobs and restrictions of business sectors and impetuses in wellbeing frame works.
  • Distinguish between the different styles of monetary investigation and demonstrate a comprehension of advantages and disadvantages of the different methodologies.
  • Critically audit distributed financial assessments of wellbeing advancements; Demonstrate a comprehension of the strategies used to familiarize the two expenses and advantages in the investigation of human services.
  • Fiscal worries for Medicare began in the in the year 1957
  • Federal medical coverage was accommodating the senior, incapacitated and end organizes renal sickness for Hospitalization, Ambulatory consideration, Prescription medications.
  • Medicare insights for 2016:
  • Federal protection was given to 57 million beneficiaries to $540 billion. This was 15 percent of the government spending plan and 3.0 percent of GDP.

    STUDY GOALS AND OBJECTIVES:

  •     Exchanging  thoughts and system with driving Health Economists, Public Health Economists, Doctors, Nurses, doctors, Health strategy producers, Health experts and Economic Evaluators from in excess of 40 nations
  •     Discuss quality activities that might be connected inside the training
  •     Discuss manners by which to work together in golf shot quality activities in situ put all through the Health Economics examination
  •     Participants will increase guide access to a centre group of onlookers of experts and chiefs and might build perceivability through marking and systems administration at the meeting
  •     Learn and talk about key news and difficulties with senior level speakers.
  •     With introductions, board talks, gathering discourses, and workshops, we cover each subject start to finish, from worldwide large scale issues to methodologies to strategic issues.

HEALTH ECONOMICS TARGET AUDIENCE:

  • Health approach producers
  • Health care managers
  • Health care experts
  • Ministry of Health staff at the arrangement, operational basic leadership levels in focal and decentralized unit
  • Ministry of Planning staff working in the wellbeing segment
  • Health financial experts
  • Clinicians
  • Researchers who have the on-the-ground abilities of human services conveyance and need to comprehend the rationale of medicinal services as an industry
  • Graduates from wellbeing sciences and sociologies
  • IT experts who are keen on organizing down to earth investigate that estimates the effect of proposed projects and wellbeing strategy changes
  • Students taking an interest in the Master Health Sciences
  • Medical wellbeing officers - They will have the capacity to give better administrations to the purchaser
  • Paramedical understudies – They oversee different restorative circumstances and economies of it and can have the capacity to more readily prompt the clients
  • Individual healing facility office is profited as this encourages them of the clinic and see what administrations are required by the clients of the doctor's facility and the way will they be subsidized.
  • Pharmaceutical and medical coverage organizations will be profited as this may encourage in understanding the interest and give differed wellbeing and protection items and assess the financial feasibility of the equivalent for the organization.

WHY WARSAW, POLAND?

Warsaw is the sprawling capital of Poland. Its widely varied architecture reflects the city's long, turbulent history, from Gothic churches and neoclassical palaces to Soviet-era blocks and modern skyscrapers. The city's Old Town was restored after heavy damage during WWII. Its heart is Market Square, with pastel buildings and open-air cafes. The Monument of the Warsaw Mermaid at its centre is the city’s symbol. As well, Warsaw is a leading global city among the world’s largest financial centers despite having   relatively a  low population the city is home to a large number to financial Institutions and banking giants. Most of Poland research and development centres are concentrated in Warsaw and the low tax rates attract overseas companies to set up their headquarters there. Warsaw is one of Europe's most dynamic metropolitan cities. In 2012 the Economist Intelligence Unit ranked Warsaw as the 32nd most liveable city in the world. In 2017 the city came 4th in the "Business-friendly" category and 8th in "Human capital and life style". It was also ranked as one of the most liveable cities in Central and Eastern Europe. Poland is the 6th largest economy in Europe, the largest consumer market in CEE and with its central location it is an ideal springboard to Eastern markets Poland's allocation of €67 billion EU Structural and Cohesion Funds has driven investment in Polish infrastructure, environmental and technology projects, as well as supporting human & regional development Since Poland began its transition to democracy and a market driven economy in 1989, it has become one of the most important & dynamic markets in Europe Increase of spending on health care in Poland, mostly because of the growth of purchasing power of Polish society. Every year Polish citizens are becoming more affluent Gross Domestic Product per capita over the past 20 years has increased almost 3- fold; Healthcare Key Facts Over 700 hospitals are state-owned while the over 16.000 clinics & medical centres are privately  owned The dynamic development of private health services is an excellent opportunity for manufacturers of medical equipment to acquire new customers & introduce new products Those private medical facilities vary in size & equity The private healthcare market in Poland is constantly growing Healthcare  market.

GROWTH OF HEALTH ECONOMICS:

Healthcare costs will continue to grow, in some cases much faster than the growth in healthcare expenditure. As a result, simply by increasing the funding, but without the much-needed reforms, no improvements will be ensured, including improved accessibility and higher quality of services. The operating costs of healthcare providers include, without limitation (based on sample entities from various segments): personnel costs (~52% of costs), costs of outsourced services, including patient meals (~24% of costs), costs of materials (~18% of costs), costs of infrastructure depreciation (~4% of costs), overhead and administrative costs (~2% of costs) and other costs, not quantified at present, e.g. costs of debt servicing. Virtually all these costs seem to be on the increase, based on an in-depth analysis. Personnel costs especially, which is reasonable as salaries in Polish healthcare are definitely lower than in other countries. On the other hand, this document indicates a number of structural changes aimed at improving the use of funds from the National Health Fund, infrastructure, and human resources, including specialists so that they perform tasks to which they are designated and fully use their competence. The need for changes is not only about the desire to cut costs, but, most of all, to make better use of resources, which are starting to be in short supply in Poland (this goes mostly for doctors of certain specialties as well as nurses. The growing role of data processing is an area of healthcare that the world is headed towards, and Poland will not escape it either. The purpose is to implement mechanisms to enable the most detailed planning possible at the entity level, measuring performance (both clinical and economic) and rewarding the best entities, for example with additional funding. Another significant need is to develop effective mechanisms to incite badly performing entities to take corrective measures. This means implementing pro-efficiency mechanisms in the healthcare system, similar to those in place in commercial companies, but following clear principles and under the supervision of competent authorities. Poland is not a homogeneous country in terms of salary level or the costs of outsourced services, so there’s a need to develop standard indicators and relevant adjustment mechanisms (e.g. labour costs for nurses vary across the various regions of the country). Such indicators could involve the following groups: the state of the current infrastructure and future needs (quality, surface area, standard, available and missing equipment) patient satisfaction with the facility (according to differing criteria), therapeutic effectiveness or clinical indicators, and many more. As a result, a methodology would be developed that rewards good practices, by way of the so called Overall Efficiency Indicator (OEC).

The higher the indicator, the more funding entities would receive, while a lower indicator would mean less funding. Separate restructuring programmes and funds could be initiated to support weaker entities in achieving at least mid-market results.

Universities associated with Health Economics:

University of Warsaw

Warsaw University of Techno

Jagiellonian University

University of Wrocław

Poznań University of Techno

Adam Mickiewicz University

Wrocław University of Science

Warsaw School of Economics

Kozminski University

Warsaw University of Life Sci...

Vistula University

Lazarski University

Cardinal Stefan Wyszyńsk...

Medical University of Warsaw

 

Health Economics aims to produce students with the new ideas and quantitative skills necessary to face the twenty first Century challenges in the health sector like ever increasing health care costs, population aging and fast advances in medical technology.

 

 

SOCITIES ASSOCIATED WITH HEALTH ECONOMICS:

Society for European Business History

•           Society for the Study of Emerging Markets - SSEM

•           Society for the Study of Social Policy - SSSP

•           Society for Women in International Political Economy - SWIPE

•           Society of Business Economists - SBE

•           Society of Economic Geologists - SEG

•           Society of Economics of the Household - SEHO

•           Society of Government Economists - SGE

•           Society of Heterodox Economists - SHE

•           Society of Labour Economists - SOLE

•           Society of Quantitative Gastronomy