Foundations in Health Economics

The workshop on foundations of Health Economics was conducted by the Clinical Epidemiology Unit between 3rd and 5th December, 2019. Dr. Michal Horny, Assistant Professor in the Department of Radiology and Imaging Sciences at Emory University School of Medicine, Affiliate Research Fellow at the Harvey L. Neiman Health Policy Institute and a Health Economist in the Department of Health Policy and Management at Emory University Rollins School of Public Health was the overseas faculty for this course and Dr.Thambu David, Head, Department of Medicine and Clinical Epidemiology Unit was the in-house faculty. The video lectures can be viewed through the links below.


Introduction to research questions and study designs - Dr. Thambu David

Estimating rates and probabilities - Dr. Michal Horný

Markov models- Dr. Michal Horný

Microsimulation - Dr. Michal Horný

Guidelines for reporting results - Dr. Michal Horný

Trial-based versus model-based economic evaluation - Dr. Michal Horný

Deterministic sensitivity analysis - Dr. Michal Horný

Measuring effectiveness - Dr. Michal Horný

Willingness-to-pay threshold- Dr. Michal Horný

Development of a decision tree model - Dr. Michal Horný

Time-preference & discounting - Dr. Michal Horný

Estimating costs- Dr. Michal Horný

Budget impact analysis - Dr. Michal Horný