From Science to Policy-Making: Addressing Equity, Efficiency and Integrity Issues
18 et 19 Septembre 2017
48 boulevard Jourdan, 75014 Paris
Pour télécharger le programme de la conférence en format pdf.
Purpose and general theme
The purpose of this workshop is to bring together healthcare decision-makers and researchers in the social sciences to discuss some of the key challenges associated with making choices and bringing evidence for decision-making in this area. Three main challenges will be considered along the pathway from Science to Decision: equity, efficiency and integrity, with special attention, brought to their interactions.
Monday, September 18th:
A guest lecture will be given on the conference topic by Professor Sherry Glied, Dean, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, New York University, US.
The first panel on equity issues and social health inequalities focus both on measurement issues such as: how to capture ‘invisible populations’? as well as on the design of effective inequality-reducing interventions based on incentives or nudges.
The second panel covers performance/quality measurement and reward, moving from an individual/hospital efficiency measurement level to a more global assessment of the collective value of innovation.
The third panel addresses integrity issues, considering their possible impact on both research results and policy recommendations, drawing on the experience of healthcare stakeholders in actively managing conflicts of interest. The evening reception follows.
Tuesday, September 19h:
This morning session is dedicated to the presentation and discussion of recent contributions around the issues of efficiency and equity. It aims at identifying policy-relevant research questions and fruitful collaboration between research teams.
This afternoon session, jointly organised with Isabelle Durand-Zaleski (URC-Eco, AP-HP), brings together experts in economic evaluation and representatives of public funding institutions, to discuss funders’ coordination and priorities.
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