Health Care Economics

Introducing health economics and the rationale behind key elements of health care systems. Focusing on economic evaluation of health care programmes. Addressing decision rules, structuring decision models, evidence that informs cost-effectiveness models and uncertainty in economic evaluations.

Pharmacoeconomics workshop

In cooperation with AdriaSonara.



Date: First part – 9 and 10 May 2022 | Second part – 23 and 24 May 2022


  • Key elements of health care systems and the role of economic evaluation
  • Understanding the role of economic evaluation of healthcare programmes and the limitations it faces in policy-making
  • Key steps in building a cost-effectiveness model


  • 4 Modules
  • 2 Experts


  • May 2022


  • At School of Economics and Business in Ljubljana


  • Day 1 - Health economics
    9 May 2022, from 9:00 to 16:30

  • Day 2 - Health economics
    10 May 2022, from 9:00 to 16:30

  • Day 3 - Economic Evaluation in Health
    23 May 2022, from 9:00 to 16:30

  • Day 4 - Economic Evaluation in Health
    24 May 2022, from 8:30 to 17:00


Health economics

  • Introducing the field of health economics and the relevance of health and health care for the economy and economic growth.
  • Addressing specific features of health care services such as uncertainty, solidarity concerns, imperfect competition, public and club goods, externalities etc.
  • Introducing National Health Accounts and providing a systematic overview of elements of health care systems and the role of economic evaluation.

Economic Evaluation in Health

  • Addressing the relevance of economic evaluation in policy-making.
  • Building the analytical framework for economic evaluation and discussing topics such as decision rules for cost-effectiveness, cost-effectiveness modelling and evidence to inform cost-effectiveness models
  • Discussing pricing & reimbursement/HTA cases from selected EU countries


Employees in healthcare sector, government agencies, pharmaceutical industry, private and public sector workers who are asked to undertake economic assessments, evaluations and bid for funding.


Laura Bojke

Centre for Health Economics, University of York

Petra Došenović Bonča

School of Economics and Business, University of Ljubjana

Vasilisa (Vaska) Sazonov



Participation fee: 1.450 € (VAT excluded)
EARLY BIRD (until April 15, 2022): 1.350 € (VAT excluded)

  • Fee includes: workshop delivery, materials produced by the lecturers, access to e-learning materials, organizational support.
  • No refunds can be made for cancellations received less than 3 days before the start of the program. In a case of no-show, there will be no refund of programme fee.
  • After filing out the registration form you will receive the confirmation on your e-mail address.
  • An invoice will be delivered to the address provided in the registration when the workshop starts.

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