Scientific project

The scientific project of the Hospinnomics chair has been defined based on the results of a large benchmark study conducted early 2014 with 50 senior researchers in health economics from 17 different countries. More information

Research at hospinnomics is organised around two dimensions.

The first, called “Methods (ME)” analyses the properties of existing methods, both in the field of health technology assessments and in the evaluation of organisational changes, and will attempt to address some of the methodological flaws encountered. More information

The second dimension, called “Regulation (RE)” analyses the properties of the production and allocation of health care, adopting both an efficiency and equity perspective. More information

See an article by Lise Rochaix published in Health Affairs Blog (3rd April 2015): “Incorporating Cost-Effectiveness Analysis Into Comparative-Effectiveness Research: The French Experience”