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The "2016 School on Advanced Design and Implementation of Case-Mix Funding Models" (i.e., the former Winter School) is scheduled for November 7-11, 2016 in Nicosia, Cyprus. Enrolment is now taking place. 

The school will provide students with solid and comprehensive expertise in the design, implementation and monitoring of activity based funding. Topics that will be covered include casemix design, patient-level costing, calculation of cost weights and price setting, setting of activity targets, outlier flagging, exception payments, monitoring and evaluation, analytical techniques, and hands-on analysis of data.

For more information, including the syllabus and application form, please visit the School webpage:
If you have any questions, you can also contact school director Jeff Hatcher at [log in para visualizar]