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This course will help you in evaluating the economic response of various programme being run by the agencies. Reader will get an outline on production and demand of health services. Economics of health and medical care have been addressed in this course.


This Course will provide you with:

  • An understanding to improve and promote healthy lifestyles and positive health outcomes.
  • Better understanding of process that Health economists apply the theories of production to better inform the public and private sector on the most efficient course of action.
  • Explore theories, concepts and reasoning that support or challenge the existing assumption or belief.
  • Have strong basis on the concepts useful for economic analysis.
  • A series of tools and resource documents to form an Economic analysis value chain.
  • This course is intended for production and supply of health services.
  • This course is designed to focus on demand and utilization of health services.
  • This course aims to outlines the importance of financing in health services.
  • Health investors understand the issues related to efficiency better to improve lifestyle.

Who Should Attend

An economist or a student who participate in economical consultations .Those serving on their institution’s for economics committee who are interested in performing research in economics.


Day One

  • Introduction
  • Understanding Health economy
  • Impact in healthcare
  • Understanding financial incentives

Day Two

  • Preparing the health program
  • Define Economic policies
  • Understanding financing, procurement and supply
  • Assessment and monitoring

Day Three

  • Understand marker mechanism
  • Economic inference in public health
  • Health system seminar
  • Economic evaluation

Day Four

  • Health Policy analysis
  • Health Financing
  • Policy Health Issues
  • Health team building

Day Five

  • Documentation
  • White paper preparation
  • Analysis and report submission
  • Doubt Clearing Session


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