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2nd World Congress on Health Economics Policy & Outcomes Research, will be organized around the theme “Affordable Health care Transformations For Better Health care Delivery”

Health Economics 2017 is comprised of 20 tracks and 78 sessions designed to offer comprehensive sessions that address current issues in Health Economics 2017.

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Health Economics deals with the world wide health including the areas of research & policies improving the health of the people achieving health equity for all people worldwide and protection against the global threats in regard of public health.  It determines the health issues that transcend national boundaries and governments and call for actions on the global forces that determine the health of people.

  • Track 2-1Health Economics and Demand
  • Track 2-2Heath Economics and Supply
  • Track 2-3Health Economics and Markets
  • Track 2-4Health Economics and Regulations
  • Track 2-5Health Economics and Healthcare Organizations
  • Track 2-6Healthcare Future Economic Needs
  • Track 2-7Health Economics Consulting

Health Economics is a field of study that applies the theoretical concepts and empirical methods of economic analysis to various issues throughout the health sector, ranging from understanding underlying patient, provider and insurer behaviours to evaluate various healthcare interventions. It provides specialisation in the related fields of health economics, health policy and health care management with a particular focus on international health systems.It develops the capacity to design health reform programs, analyse policy effectiveness, perform economic evaluations of health care interventions, and identify challenges for policy implementation and governance issues by combining management skills with a sound knowledge of economics and public health policies.

  • Track 3-1Health Economics and Governance
  • Track 3-2Health Economics and Law
  • Track 3-3Applied Health Economics and Policy

Outcomes research was defined in 1998 as “the study of the end results of health services that takes patients' experiences, preferences, and values into account intended to provide scientific evidence relating to decisions made by all who participate in health care” Inherent to this definition is the fact that outcomes research is multidisciplinary and relies on diverse domains of expertise, with an explicit goal of direct relevance to the care delivered to patients

Infectious disease is currently the main cause of mortality in the world and has been even more important historically. This paper reviews recent research in economic epidemiology. Specifically, it discusses the occurrence of infectious diseases and the effects of public health interventions designed to control them.

Health Economics and Health insurance insures you against several illnesses and guarantees you stay financially secure. They safeguard your peace of mind, eliminate all worries about treatment expenses, and allow you to focus your energy on more important things, like getting better. These health insurance plans cover your expenses in hospital plans. The hospitalisation coverage may be reimbursement based plans or fixed benefit plans. These plans aim to cover the more frequent medical expenses.

  • Track 6-1Health Insurance and High Income Countries
  • Track 6-2Health Insurance and Middle Income Countries
  • Track 6-3Health Economics and Private Insurance
  • Track 6-4Health Economics and Social Insurance
  • Track 6-5Health Economics and Universal Health Coverage
  • Track 6-6Health Economics and Optimal Health Insurance
  • Track 6-7Health Economics and Moral Hazard
  • Track 6-8Health Economics and Reimbursement

Health Economic outcomes is to analyse the burden and aetiology of infectious diseases and non-communicable diseases among populations and to gather and disseminate data that will help improve the quality and of health safety across borders. Their agenda is to address the critical issues across the global health and facilitating interaction and collaboration across the mankind

  • Track 7-1Health Economics and Cost Effective Analysis
  • Track 7-2Health Economics and Cost Utility Analysis
  • Track 7-3Health Economics and Cost Benefit Analysis
  • Track 7-4Health Economics and QALYS

It is to assess the balance of trade between imports from econometrics literature into health economics, and export from health economics to a wider audience. The key objective is to build capacity in health technology particularly in the application of econometrics methods and outcomes of health care interventions and health care utilisation.

  • Track 8-1Health Economics and Econometric methods
  • Track 8-2Health Economics and Health Data

Health statistics are numbers about some aspect of health. Health statistics and data are important because they measure a wide range of health indicators for a community. The most common statistics reported are vital (birth, death, marriage, divorce rates), morbidity and mortality.

  • Track 9-1Helath Economics and Treatment Effect
  • Track 9-2Health Economics and Survey Data Analysis
  • Track 9-3Health Economics and Sampling
  • Track 9-4Helath Economics and Instrumental Variables

Health Economics Modelling is an essential part of the toolkit of any Health Economist who is involved with Economic Evaluation, either as an analyst or a receiver or user of economic analysis. This module goes beyond the introductory sessions in the Introduction to Health Economics module and covers the full range of model types that are appropriate for use in Health Economic analysis

  • Track 10-1Grossman Health Economics Models
  • Track 10-2Markov Healtheconomics Models

Health behaviours have been defined as any activity undertaken for the purpose of preventing or detecting disease or for improving health and wellbeing. Health behaviours include medical service usage , compliance with medical regimens and self-directed health behaviours .Health behaviour can be obtained by improving people's access to health information and their capacity to use it effectively, health literacy is critical to empowerment.

  • Track 11-1Health Economics and Behaviour Trends
  • Track 11-2Education and Health Behaviour
  • Track 11-3Health Economics and Behavioural Models
  • Track 11-4Price Elasticities and Behavioural Models
  • Track 11-5Economic Consequences and Health Behaviour
  • Track 11-6Stratigies and Health Behaviour
  • Track 11-7Health Economics and Health Improvement
  • Track 11-8Extranalities and Public Goods

Public health economics play a leading role in optimizing scarce resources to improve health outcomes. It provides a foundation for the understanding of health economics as applied in the wider context of health services research. Public health economics exposes the student to the wider related academic disciplines of importance in understanding the interaction of economics and global health, such as epidemiology, public health and policy analysis. Research in this stream covers work in the following broad areas: (1) socio-economic inequalities in and determinants of health and health behaviours, (2) social and economic consequences of health and health behaviours, and (3) the economic evaluation of public health interventions.

  • Track 12-1Health Economics and Emerging Infectious Diseases
  • Track 12-2Health Economics and Reemerging Infectious Diseases
  • Track 12-3Health Economics and Economic Epidemiology
  • Track 12-4Health Economics and non Communicable Diseases
  • Track 12-5Health Economics and Mental Health
  • Track 12-6Health Economics and Cancer
  • Track 12-7Health Economics and Aids Research

HealthCare Markets Group is a healthcare advisory and investment banking firm that has three operating units: a healthcare advisory unit, which provides strategic guidance and customized research; a specialized healthcare investment banking unit, which develops and implements plans to enhance client value; and a finance unit, which raises debt/equity funding for healthcare related projects.

  • Track 13-1Health Economics and Market Environment
  • Track 13-2Health Economics and Health care investment
  • Track 13-3Health Economics and Risk Management
  • Track 13-4Health Econimics and Market acess
  • Track 13-5Health Economics and Helath Services Advances

Health Economics and financing deals with how financial resources are generated, allocated in health systems and is concerned with how to move closer to universal issues related to providing sufficient funds for health; overcome financial barriers in regard of health policies to provide an efficient health services. Good health is essential to human welfare and to sustained economic and social development. WHO's Member States have set themselves the target of developing their health financing systems to ensure that all people can use health services, while being protected against financial hardship associated with paying for them.

  • Track 14-1Health Economics and Costing
  • Track 14-2Health Economics and Budgeting
  • Track 14-3Health Economics and Sustainable Interventions

Health Economics and International economics is an applied field of study that allows for the systematic and rigorous examination of the problems faced in health promotion. Health economics is used to promote health through the study of health care providers, economic resources , hospitals and clinics, managed care and public health promotion activities.

  • Track 15-1International Economic Issues
  • Track 15-2International Economic Problems
  • Track 15-3International Health Economics

Health Economics and health care is the field identifying with authority, administration, and organization of general public health, health awareness systems, clinics, and doctor's facility systems. Healthcare executives can help improve life for hundreds, even thousands of people every day.  Healthcare executives have a sense of social mission they deeply care about the people they work with and serve. Hospitals and healthcare organizations provide opportunities for those who want to “do well by doing good.”

  • Track 18-1Health Economics and Health Inequalities
  • Track 18-2Health Economics and Dentistry
  • Track 18-3Healh Economics and Health Care Innovations
  • Track 18-4Health Economics and Health Care Supply
  • Track 18-5Health Economics and Health Care Demand
  • Track 18-6Health Economics and Well Being
  • Track 18-7Health Economics and Equity Health Care
  • Track 18-8Health Economics and Health Care Approches
  • Track 18-9Health Economics and Racial Disparities
  • Track 18-10Health Economics and Healthcare reforms
  • Track 19-1personalized medicine

Health Economics and pharmaceuticals are started to encourage the growth of drug manufacturing the regulation of drugs varies by jurisdiction. In some countries they are regulated at the national level by a single agency. In other jurisdictions they are regulated at the state level or at both state and national levels by various bodies. The role of therapeutic goods regulation is designed mainly to protect the health and safety of the population. Regulation is aimed at ensuring the safety, quality, and efficacy of the therapeutic goods which are covered under the scope of the regulation.

  • Track 20-1Health Economics and Pharma Market Structure
  • Track 20-2Health Economics and Pharma Marketing
  • Track 20-3Health Economics and Pharmaceutical Economics
  • Track 20-4Health Economics and Medicare
  • Track 20-5Health Economics and Vaccines
  • Track 20-6Health Economics and Drug Trials
  • Track 20-7Health Economics and Pharmaco Epidemiology
  • Track 20-8Health Economics and Pharmacoeconomics
  • Track 20-9Health economics and Pharma Pricing
  • Track 20-10Health Economics and Pharma Regulations
  • Track 20-11Health Economics and Biologic Drugs