Virtual conference

9 July 2020


10:00 (CET)

Welcome to the EuHEA digital conference of 2020 and to University of Oslo 2022

Svein Stølen, Rector of the University of Oslo

10:10 (CET)

EuHEA matters

Lise Rochaix

10:20 (CET)

Tribute to Adam Wagstaff

Eddy van Doorslaer

10:30 (CET)

Presidential address

Lise Rochaix

10:45 (CET) | Break

11:15 (CET)

Keynote 1: Covid-19 and Long-term Health Impacts

Carol Propper

11:30 (CET)

Live Panel: Covid-19: Prospects for Health Economics Research

Lise Rochaix (chair)

Covid-19 Longitudinal Surveys

Andrew Jones

Prospects for Behavioral Economics

Dorte Gyrd-Hansen

Prospects for Theory

Mathias Kifmann

Member States Coordination for EBDM

Pedro Pita Barros

12:30 (CET)

Keynote 2: What can we Learn from the US Healthcare System's Response to Covid-19?

Sherry Glied

12:45 (CET)

Comments, questions and answers


13:05 (CET) | Lunch break

14:00 (CET)

Organized Sessions

Oddvar Kaarbøe

Session 1: Behavioral Experiments in Health Policy

Arthur Attema (chair), Daniel Wiesen (organizer)

Allocation of health care under pay-for-performance: winners and losers

Anne Sophie Oxholm, University of Southern Denmark

How insurance status, audits, and fines affect physicians' treatment patterns: A systematic experimental analysis

Sebastian Neumann-Böhme, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Audits, fines and dishonest behavior in neonatology: A behavioral experiment

Mona Groß, University of Cologne

Rankings in Health Care Markets

Katharina Huesmann, University of Münster

15:00 (CET)

Session 2: Improving Quality of Care and Patient Outcomes

Werner Brouwer (chair), Pedro Barros (organizer)

A methodological approach to aggregate multiple measures of hospital quality using variance-based weights

Angela Meggiolaro, Hamburg University

Regional innovation systems of medical technologies – A cross sectional analysis of knowledge production for cardiovascular devices in Europe

Rucha Vadia, Abbott

Type 2 diabetes treatment in Denmark: hospital- vs. GP-monitoring

Ryan Pulleyblank, University of Southern Denmark

Generating population weights for a new quality of life measure of older people

Sebastian Himmler, Erasmus University Rotterdam

16:00 (CET)

Session 3: Long-Term Care: Quality, Preferences, and Health and Labor Market Outcomes

Judite Gonçalves (chair and organizer)

Estimating nursing home quality using big data

Marlies Bär, ESHPM, Erasmus University Rotterdam

Preferences for long-term care services: bequests, informal care and health expectations.

Raun van Ooijen, University of Groningen

Effects of formal home care on spousal health outcomes

Judite Gonçalves, Nova School of Business and Economics

17:00 (CET)

Conference ends - Welcome to Oslo 2022

Tor Iversen (local organizer)