On International Women’s Day, OHE recognises the ongoing need to call out gender inequality, celebrates the achievements made in the health economics community, and reflects on why gender diversity is a ‘no-brainer’ for us as an organisation.
On the occasion of Adam Wagstaff’s death, Professor Tony Culyer reflects on his vast legacy to health economics, from Tony’s perspective of having been Adam’s PhD supervisor as well as a friend and collaborator.
The need for social distancing in light of COVID-19 has led to an unprecedented increase in reliance on digital technologies by both health care providers and patients. While the trend towards digitalisation of health care allows for potential improvements in access, its impact on health outcomes and health inequalities must be carefully considered to ensure they contribute to social welfare and not detract from it.
The Office of Health Economics (www.ohe.org) wishes to recruit a number of well-qualified, highly motivated and energetic junior economists, with particular strengths in health economics, including the economics of health technology assessment, health care systems and/or the life sciences industry.
The Office of Health Economics wishes to recruit a well-qualified, highly motivated and energetic economist with an industrial organisation background applied to the health care sector, health care systems and/or the life sciences industry.