date and location:
24 May 2018
Senatorska 18
00-950 Warszawa

24 May 2018
mBank - CASE Seminars

156th mBank-CASE Seminar "What’s next for healthcare in Poland: diagnosis and prognosis"

mBank and CASE – Center for Social and Economic Research
cordially invite you to 

the 156th mBank – CASE Seminar

What’s next for healthcare in Poland: diagnosis and prognosis


Panel presentations:


1. The healthcare system: scope, components and dependencies
Stanisława Golinowska – professor of economic sciences, specialist in health economics, social and health policy and public health – Jagiellonian University Collegium Medicum and Institute of Labor and Social Affairs


2. Financing of healthcare: level, allocation and effectiveness
Christoph Sowada – Ph.D. (hab.) in economic sciences, specialist in health economics and public finance, director of the Institute of Public Health at the Jagiellonian University Collegium Medicum


3. On copayments – examples, possibilities and limitations
Marzena Tambor – doctorate in health economics from the University of Maastricht, assistant professor at the Institute of Public Health, Jagiellonian University Collegium Medicum


4. Human resources for healthcare: staff shortages and ways to overcome them
Alicja Domagała – doctorate in public health, assistant professor at the Institute of Public Health, Jagiellonian University Collegium Medicum; head of the Health Policy and Management Institute


5. Public health: should we protect the healthcare system against the expansion of corrective medicine, and how?
Krzysztof Kuszewski – doctor of medical sciences, deputy health minister in the 1990s, coordinator and co-author of several National Health Programs

May 24, 2018 from 3:00 to 5:00 pm

at mBank S.A. head office, Senatorska 18, room 5.3, 5th floor, Warsaw

About the seminar:
Poland’s healthcare system is subjected to constant pressures, and faces difficulties in resolving them – and even more so in liquidating them, or at least reducing them. Directions of change are chosen under the influence of one-sided political assessments, the special interests of various lobby groups, or protesters from various groups of health sector employees. At the same time, there is no comprehensive, deep diagnosis of the system that can serve as the basis for changes. As a result, the debate is not always sufficiently professional and evidence-based.
The experts invited to the panel will initiate another discussion on the system of the healthcare system. A similar seminar was held as part of this same series (the 97th BRE-CASE Seminar) on 12 June 2008. The panelists will discuss the same subjects, which remain painfully current. Their theses are based on comparative analyses of European research projects they participated in over the past decade.
We kindly request that you register by May 23, 2018  online
 Language of the seminar: Polish



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