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Os adjunto el ndice del ltimo nmero de Arch Intern Med. Aparte de la
portada, es muy interesante el artculo
de Ubel sobre los criterios de eficiencia.
Un saludo,
Jos Antonio Sacristn


Arch Intern Med -- Table of Contents Alert

A new issue of Archives of Internal Medicine
has been made available:

28 July 2003; Vol. 163, No. 14

URL: http://archinte.ama-assn.org/content/vol163/issue14/index.dtl?etoc

About the Cover

Alcazar, Seville, Spain

Arch Intern Med 2003;163 1631
http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/full/163/14/1631?etoc

In This Issue of Archives of Internal Medicine

Arch Intern Med 2003;163 1634
http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/full/163/14/1634?etoc


Commentaries

What Is the Price of Life and Why Doesn't It Increase at the Rate of
Inflation?
Peter A. Ubel, Richard A. Hirth, Michael E. Chernew, and A. Mark
Fendrick
Arch Intern Med 2003;163 1637-1641
http://archinte.ama-assn.org/cgi/content/full/163/14/1637?etoc

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Hoy, Summer Institute de NBER en Cambridge, algunos papeles disponibles en:

NATIONAL BUREAU OF ECONOMIC RESEARCH, INC.
SUMMER INSTITUTE 2003

http://www.nber.org/~confer/2003/si2003/PRHAprg.html
http://www.nber.org/~confer/2003/si2003/heprg.htm

Productivity/Health Care/Aging Joint Workshop
Ernst Berndt David Cutler, Alan Garber and David Wise, Organizers

Health Care/Aging Workshop
Alan Garber, Organizer

July 31 and August 1, 2003

Royal Sonesta Hotel
5 Cambridge Parkway
Cambridge, Massachusetts

PRELIMINARY PROGRAM

THURSDAY, JULY 31:

8:30 AM

PRODUCTIVITY/HEALTH CARE/AGING JOINT WORKSHOP

9:00 AM
RICHARD G. FRANK, Harvard University and NBER
ERNST R. BERNDT, MIT and NBER
ALISA BUSCH, Harvard University
ANTHONY LEHMAN, University of Maryland
Price Indexes for the Ongoing Treatment of Schizophrenia
10:05 AM
JASON BARRO and ROBERT HUCKMAN, Harvard University and NBER
The July Effect:  Labor Turnover and Productivity in Teaching Hospitals
11:10 AM
MICHAEL KREMER, Harvard University and NBER
CHRISTOPHER M. SNYDER, George Washington University
Why Are Drugs More Profitable than Vaccines?
1:00 PM
TOMAS PHILIPSON, Chicago, Food and Drug Administration and NBER
Reflections from an Economist at the Food and Drug Administration
1:30 PM
SEAN NICHOLSON, University of Pennsylvania and NBER
ANDREW EPSTEIN, University of Pennsylvania
Physician Learning and Best Practice Adoption:  An Application to Cesarian
Sections
2:35 PM
CHUNLING LU, Harvard University
RICHARD FRANK, Harvard University and NBER
TOM MCGUIRE, Harvard University
The Responsiveness of Mental Health Care Utilization to Price Change Under
Managed Care Plans

HEALTH CARE/AGING WORKSHOP
3:40 PM
TOM BUCHMUELLER, UC, Irvine and NBER
MEREILLE JACOBSON, UC Irvine
How far to the Doctor?  The Effect of Hospital Closures on Access to Care

FRIDAY, AUGUST 1:
HEALTH CARE/AGING WORKSHOP cont.
9:00 AM
JONATHAN GRUBER, MIT and NBER
EBONYA WASHINGTON, MIT
Subsidies to Employee Health Insurance Premiums and the Health Insurance
Market

STEPHEN T. PARENTE, ROGER FELDMAN and JON B. CHRISTIANSON,
University of Minnesota
The Effect of Defined Contribution Plans on Health Insurance Choice
and Medical Care Use

11:10 AM
RUSTY TCHERNIS, Harvard University
JOSEPH P.  NEWHOUSE, Harvard University and NBER
SHARON-LISE T. NORMAND, PETER GACCIONE, and JULIANA PAKES,
Harvard University
Health and Health Insurance: Analysis of Plan Switching Behavior

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Sugerencia de Joan Costa

Network Health Economics International PhD Program in Health Economics and
Policy in Switzerland
The Network Health Economics' is a close collaboration between six Swiss
universities (Basel, Bern, Geneva, Lausanne, Lugano and Zurich) to develop
specific courses in health economics and policy. The Network is proud to
announce the creation of a new PhD program focusing on Health Economics and
Policy.

 Applications are invited for a three-year studentship in health economics
and policy in Switzerland.

 The 'PhD program' is intended for PhD students from Swiss universities as
well as PhD students from foreign universities who are willing to enhance
their specific knowledge and sharpen their capabilities in the field of
health economics and policy. Students enrolled in the program will be able
to pursue a PhD program in economics in their own university and benefit
from the health economics and policy focused program offered by the
Network .

 Successful applicants to the PhD program offered by the 'Network Health
Economics' will have to fulfil the admission requirements for the doctoral
program in economics at the University granting the title they pursue.
Candidates should have or be about to complete a Masters degree in
Economics or in Health Economics. They should be willing to pursue a PhD
degree in Economics at any partner university of the Network Health
Economics (currently Basel, Bern, Geneva, Lausanne, Lugano and Zurich) or
already be enrolled in a PhD program in Economics in another university and
be willing to take the specialisation curriculum with the Network Health
Economics in Switzerland. The PhD thesis topic must be in the field of
Health Economics and Policy.

The program

***************
The foreseen specialisation program starting this fall (2003) will include
following courses and workshops:

 (1)     Health Economics I, Prof. P-Y Geoffard, M Mougeot and P Zweifel,
University of Lausanne, Nov 10-14th 2003

(2)     Health Economics II, Prof. P-Y Geoffard, M Mougeot and P Zweifel,
University of Lausanne, Dec 15-19th 2003

(3)     Econometric Analysis in Health Economics, Prof. A Holly and J
Krishnakumar, University of Lausanne, Feb 9-13th 2004

(4)     Applied Welfare Analysis in Health, Prof. P-O Johansson, University
of Lugano, Apr 26-30th 2004

(5)     Health Policy and Politics Role of Government and Politics in
Health Policy, Prof. C Gouveia Pinto and G Masiero, University of Lugano,
Jun 7-11th 2004

(6)     Laboratory I - Theory and Practice of Efficiency and Productivity
Measurement in health care, Prof. M. Filippini, W Greene and M Farsi,
University of Lugano,
Mar 1-5th 2004

(7)     Laboratory II - Inequalities in Health and Health Care, Prof. R Leu
and all., University of Bern, End of summer semester 2004


Should you wish any further information, documentation or application form
please an e-mail to [log in para visualizar]

For informal enquiries, you may also want to contact Thomas Vogel at the
University of Lausanne

Tel +41 (0)76 588 42 75

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