February 2017 - Resolving the healthcare paradox
On Wednesday 15 February 2017, James Lomas (research fellow at the Centre for Health Economics - University of York) visited Groningen to talk about his latest research:
About James Lomas, PhD
James Lomas is a research fellow at the Centre for Health Economics, University of York. He received his bachelor’s degree in Economics from the University of Cambridge and his master’s degree in Health Economics from the University of York. His PhD thesis was concerned with the assessment of methods for modelling the distribution of healthcare costs. On various summer placements, James Lomas has worked at the OECD and the Department of Health (UK) and thus has gained field experience in the health sector.
Read about his research:
Resolving the ‘cost-effective but unaffordable’ ‘paradox’: estimating the health opportunity costs of non-marginal changes in available expenditure.
This seminar is organised by Healthwise and the signature area Individual Health & The Economic Environment
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