XXV NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Milan, 1-2 October 2020 (online)
Health Ccare systems under stress-test: lessons learned and implications for Research and Policy

The Italian Health Economics Association invites scholars to submit contributions investigating the current global health emergency and its impact on healthcare systems.
As the emergency spreads across the globe, health systems are facing enormous pressure to both manage COVID-19 patients and maintain essential services. Hit by unprecedent stress test, the systems need to ensure they have well-functioning plans to deal with the advancing outbreak, including provisions for increased numbers of staff, hospital beds, and supplies. As these challenges grow, governments and policymakers are calling for clear and comparable health systems evidence to inform their policies and to strengthen their capacity to respond to this unprecedented crisis.

These unprecedented times offer a unique occasion for scholars to investigate strengths and weaknesses of different systems and policy responses. The 25th annual conference of Italian Health Economics Associations is a unique opportunity to bring together academics, healthcare practitioners and policy makers to discuss these learning lessons. Contributions can be theoretical, empirical or policy oriented and in the areas of the health economics, policy and management.

XXIV NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Pisa, 3-4 October 2019
Health Care policy and management after retrenchment: what future for population health?

The Italian Health Economics Association invites scholars to submit contributions investigating the effects of austerity and retrenchment on the NHS and on the role that universalistic systems can still play in improving the health status of the population.

XXIII NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Napoli, 27-28 September 2018
National Healthcare Systems and universal coverage: are they still feasible?
Lessons learned and challenges ahead after 70 years of the British NHS and 40 years of the Italian NHS

Italian Health Economics Association invites scholars to submit contributions investigating the effects of 40 years of governance under the NHS on national health outcomesand the role that universalistic systems have played at international level in improving thehealth status of the population.

XXII NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Pavia, 5-6 October 2017
Demographic and epidemiological trends: implications for health economics and management

Italian Health Economics Association invites scholars to submit contributions investigating the implication of demographic (e.g. ageing and immigration) and epidemiological trends for health economics, policy and management. Contributions to the conference entitled can be theoretical, empirical or policy oriented.

XXI NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Bologna, 3-4 November 2016
Integrating Services for Better Health

Italian Health Economics Association is organizing its annual 2016 meeting and invites scholars to submit contributions investigating the role of services integration in promoting effectiveness, efficiency, quality and equity in health care systems and organizations. Contributions to the conference “Integrating services for a better health” can be either theoretical, empirical or policy oriented.

XX NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Sassari, 15-16 October 2015
Fostering and Governing Innovation in Healthcare Based on Evidence

Italian Health Economics Association invites scholars to submit contributions investigating the implication of demographic (e.g. ageing and immigration) and epidemiological trends for health economics, policy and management. Contributions to the conference entitled can be theoretical, empirical or policy oriented.

XIX NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Venice, 27-28 October 2014
Healthcare Financing and Welfare Models in the Era of Longevity

Italian Health Economics Association invites researchers to investigate the role and sustainability of healthcare systems in the era of longevity. Contributions to the conference can be either theoretical or empirical. It is possible to present contributions not pertaining to the subject of the Conference that will be discussed during one or more “Free Theme” sessions.

XVIII NATIONAL CONFERENCE

Trento, 22-23 November 2013
Beyond the Economic, Social and Political Crisis: The Role of Healthcare Systems

With the 2013 National Convention, the AIES invites researchers and practitioners to consider the impact of the global financial and economic crisis that began in 2007 on the health of the population and the role that the health and social systems play in promoting development and contributing to overcome the current recession; which has led to a real social and political crisis, especially in Europe.

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