Sustainable Healthcare - international symposium on the sustainability of financing health care
The "Sustainable Healthcare" international symposium in health economics organized by the Department of Health Policy and Health Economics and supported by the Faculty of Social Sciences is taking place on 29th November, 2016.
Date: 29th November, 2016. 09:00-14:30
Location: ELTE Faculty of Law, Aula Magna (1053 Budapest, Egyetem tér 1-3.)
Sustainability of financing healthcare is one of the most significant challenges of current health policies. Authentic international professionals and instructors of our Faculty present the challenges, dilemmas and possible solutions regarding the problem. The language of the symposium is English.
The symposium is open for every citizen of the Faculty of Social Sciences. Participation is free of charge.
9.00 – 9.15 Opening
9.15 – 9.40 Martin McKee: Achieving the SDGs: the quest for universal health care
9.40 – 10.05 Armin Fidler
10.05 – 10.30 Tamás Szolyák: Health inequalities. Barriers and problems in lower income European countries
10.30 – 10.55 Nóra Gervai: Universal health care coverage in Hungary - the situation of persons with undue healthcare entitlement
10.55 – 11.20 Zsófia Kollányi: Inequalities in access to health care: result of the European Social Survey
11.20 – 11.35 Break
11.35 – 12.00 Lou Garrison: Toward a broader value framework for health technology
assessment: expanded cost-effectiveness analysis
12.00 – 12.25 Ansgar Hebborn: Patient access to new medicines under economic
constraints - an industry perspective
12.25 – 12.50 Ron Akehurst: Maintaining rational decision making in the face of declining resources for health and increasing demand
13.05 -13.30 Paul Keown: Cutting-edge care: the possibilities of personalized medicine
13.30 – 13.55 András Inotai : Extending the use of biosimilar drugs in lower income Central Eastern European countries: How to handle uncertainty of
switching to improve patient access?
13.55 – 14.20 Zoltán Kaló: Implementation of health technology assessment in lower income European countries: consequences of different scenarios
14.20 – 14.30 Closure
Last modification date: 2016.11.13.