New Developments in Health Economics in the Pandemic Era

SGE Virtual Seminar Series
Friday, January 28, 2022
12 noon to 2 p.m.
 EDT

This seminar is free. Pre-registration is required. Register at this Zoom link. Maximum capacity is 100 participants.

This session explores a range of important, applied, and real-world issues and methods in health economics and the pandemic era. Presenter names are in bold. Discussants are listed at bottom.

COVID-19 Long Haulers: Democratization of Healthcare Information and the Economics of Prevention, eHealth and Rest
Julia M. Puaschunder (Columbia University)

Assessing Communication and Compassion Fatigue in Health Care:  A Case Study of Treating Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)
Lorraine Danowski (Stony Brook University) and Debra Sabatini Dwyer (Farmingdale State College)

Improving Statistical Inference in Health Economics
Brian W. Sloboda (University of Phoenix) and Fiona Sussan (Tokyo University)

Exploring Social Bias Inherent in Health Data
Areerat Kichkha (AIRLEAP)

ChairSeth H. Giertz (The University of Texas at Dallas)

DiscussantsJohn Mullahy (University of Wisconsin-Madison); Steven Payson (University of Maryland); Rolando Santos (Lakeland Community College); Amelie Constant (Princeton University)