Health Economics for Managers
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This course is an introduction to health economics or the use of economics in the health sector. There are two branches of health economics: micro and macro. The former focuses on economic behavior of individuals and firms while the latter focuses on system structure and complex interactions between the structural components that affect national health system outcomes.
Both branches are important in understanding health care policies and management decisions and the Health Economics for Managers will cover both.
Who should attend
The program provides management education to administrators of health service organizations, healthcare managers of organizations operating within the healthcare system, medical doctors and allied health professionals with management positions or preparing for management positions, and other professionals working in health organizations and facilities.
After the course, you will:
- Develop an appreciation and understanding of the application of economics to healthcare management practice; and
- Enable the application of health economics principles and techniques in managerial decision making.
- Demand, supply and market in health economics
- Microeconomics of health care & insurance
- Introduction to health systems and health financing
- Quality of care and introduction to economic analysis of health
- Macroeconomics and health and global health
Dr. Gloanne C. Adolor
is currently an Assistant Professor at the Ateneo School of Medicine and Public Health where she teaches Medical, Management and Leadership subjects. She is a consultant in Internal Medicine and the Research Chairman of the Department of Internal Medicine at Quezon City General Hospital. She holds clinical practice at the Lung Center of the Philippines. She obtained her BS Pharmacy degree from the University of the Philippines, her MD degree from the University of the East Ramon Magsaysay Memorial Medical Center and trained in Internal Medicine at Quezon City General. Dr. Adolor also has an MBA with a major in Health from the Ateneo Graduate School of Business and is completing her PhD in Leadership (Organization Development) also at Ateneo. Her research interests include intergroup leadership, health economics, social entrepeneurship and counterproductive behavior among middle managers.