Prerequisite/Recommended prerequisite for
participation in the module
First semester of the profile MMA.
Content, progress and pedagogy of the
- A basic understanding of the methods of health economics and
health technology assessment provides a framework for subsequent
- The understanding of economics of health and medical care in
theory and practice is the foundation for the track
- To describe topics in market oriented medical care.
- To understand and apply the methods for the health economic
- To understand and apply the methods for the health technology
assessment of alternative health technologies.
- To understand and apply theories of evidence based
- Apply the techniques of health economic assessment and health
technology are fundamental competences for the fulfilment of job
requirements in the market oriented parts of the medical
- Provide a general overview of the economics of health and
medical care, and cover the medical and nonmedical determinants of
health; markets for health care services and health insurance,
- Analyse key players in the health care sector, and different
health care systems.
- Use methods for the economic evaluation of health technologies
(i.e. cost-effectiveness analyses, cost-utility analyses,
cost-benefit analyses) that are increasingly used for reimbursement
and pricing decisions in health care markets.
- Assess medical products using advanced interdisciplinary tools
for. It provide the students with an understanding of the basic
tools for health technology assessment as a means for political,
administrative and clinical decision-making in national and
international health care systems.
|Name of exam||Economic Evaluations and Technology Assessments|
|Type of exam|
Oral exam based on a project
|Assessment||7-point grading scale|
|Type of grading||External examination|
|Criteria of assessment||As stated in the Join Programme Regulations.|
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