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1 curriculum HEALTH ECONOMICS & MANAGEMENT HEM Daniele Fabbri Open day 2014

2 HEM: Aims and scope  This programme is based in the Department of Economics and the School of Economics, Management and Statistics.  It offers students the opportunity to have close contacts with researchers in the field of health economics, health policy, healthcare management, health law based in several others leading departments of the University of Bologna.  The programme aims to form a far-sighted and socially responsible healthcare management professional working either in private or in public environments. 2

3 Prospects Our students will develop: oknowledge of disciplines that are keys in understanding the process of decision-making in healthcare; oability to use disciplines required in formulating, implementing and evaluating healthcare decisions, policies and plans; ounderstanding of main options in the management, policy, planning and financing of healthcare services; olong-run orientation in problem analysis; ointernational and comparative views on solutions and best practices. 3

4 The learning plan Learning activities are organized according to the following plan for 120 ECTS credits in total. HEM is a full-time program and attendance is required. 4 1° semester2° semester3° semester4° semester Fundamentals Economics Management Governance Law Quantitative Specialization Regulation in healthcare markets Specialization Evaluation of healthcare policies Thesis + further specialization: - Seminars - Internship

5 First Semester first semester teacher h Ects Institutions and Health systems I.C. 9 International Law and Health Francesco Paolucci (U. Northumbria)20 5 Rosa Castro (EUI)10 Health systemsFederico Toth (DScPol&Soc)204 Statistics & Econometrics I.C. 10 EconometricsDavide Raggi (DSE)306 Statistics for healthcareMario Mazzocchi (STAT)204 Fundamentals in Healt EconomicsDaniele Fabbri (DSE)255 Fundamentals in Healthcare Management Laura Mariani (DiSA-BO)306 5

6 Second semester second semester teacherh ects Legal issues in Pharmaceutical and Insurance markets Alberto De Pra (DSoc&DirEco)15 6 Claudia Desogus (AGCM - Rome)15 Regulation and Health Economics I.C. 12 Regulation in Healthcare markets Matteo Lippi Bruni (DSE)15 6 Rossella Verzulli (DSE)15 Health EconomicsDaniele Fabbri (DSE)306 Accounting in healthcareEmanuele Padovani (DiSA-FO)306 Healthcare OrganizationFrancesco Taroni (DSE)306 6

7 Third and fourth semesters third semester Health promotion I.C. Lifestyles and Health Outcomes Davide Dragone (DSE)306 Planning and evaluation of health promotion programs Mario Mazzocchi (STAT)306 Applied health economics and econometrics I.C. 12 Health Econometrics Chiara Monfardini (DSE)306 Applied Health Economics Silvana Robone (RTD A - DSE)15 6 Fabrizio Tediosi (STPHI)15 Globalization and HealthAngelo Stefanini (MEDICINA)30 6 Management Systems in HealthcareTBA30 7

8 Third and fourth semesters fourth semester THESIS 18 Earn 8 ECTS from these: Workshop: Building empirical case studies in health economics 3rd semester3 Workshop: The labor market for HEM graduates4th semester3 Competition in healthcare markets4th semester5 Internshipfrom 2nd semester8 Earn 4 ECTS from these: Internship for thesis development 4th semester4 Seminars in Health Economics and Policy 4th semester4 8

9 Double Degree (DD) opportunities  Agreements with the following academic partners allow our students to earn a DD also at: othe Management Center Innsbruck (MCI) othe Institute of Health Management and Health Economics - University of Oslo (UiO).  These agreements are a first step in our project to offer a European Joint Master with partners. 9

10 The DD tracks 10 TRACK2° semester Specialization 3° semester Specialization 4° semester Thesis HEALTH INSURANCE & FINANCING Bologna Regulation in healthcare mkts Innsbruck Leadership and decision-making Bologna or Innsbruck MANGEMENT OF HC INSTITUTIONS Oslo Hospital management Innsbruck Leadership and decision-making Oslo HEALTH ECONOMICS Oslo Health Economics Bologna Evaluation of healthcare policies Oslo GLOBAL HEALTH Rotterdam Health Technology Assessment Bologna Evaluation of healthcare policies Bologna

11 Admission  We admit students holding a BA in different fields:admit oa class of peers with diversified background is an added value. 11 Application schedule: year 2014/15 IntakeOpeningClosingResultsOpen to NON-EU Open to EU and EU equivalent FirstJan 7, 2014Feb 1, 2013Feb 11, 2013YES SecondMay 2, 2014May 26, 2014Jun 9, 2014YES ThirdJul 1, 2014Jul 21, 2014Aug 4, 2014NOYES

12 Classes in previous editions  2012-13: 16 students (9 Italians)  2013-14: 21 students (10 Italians)  2014-15: 23 admitted in the 1° intake (4 Italians)  Our class is truly international 12

13 Accessibility  The programme is entirely taught in English: good command on this language is an important requisite.  C1 level is required: oTOEFL: minimum score of 580 paper-based (85 internet- based) oIELTS: score in the band 6.5 – 7.0  Tuition fees amount to approx. 3,000 euro per year.  Grants and scholarships are available. 13

14 Any further detail is available at: Thanks for your kind interest and attention 14

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