Sustainable research and innovation in health

Main issues studied in this research line concern the sustainability of the healthcare system with the aim to ensure the quality of services and the reduction of healthcare costs.

The proposed researches include both the evaluation of the efficiency, effectiveness and productivity of the healthcare system in its various organizational levels, and the use of innovative methodologies for the best organizational management of the system itself and for the prediction of the risk associated with different pathologies.

The sustainability of the healthcare system plays a primary role because it is financed through public spending. Therefore, the possibility to study improvements allows to generate positive effects for citizens both as users of the service and as taxpayers.

Main studies examine the organization and the comparison between public and private health. They analyse the impact of the adoption of innovations in the hospitals, the definition of innovative models for epidemiological forecasting and health risk, the evaluation of tools for healthy and active aging through qualitative and quantitative research methodologies.


Research Staff

Giovanni Cerulli, Mario Coccia, Greta Falavigna, Valentina Lamonica, Lisa Sella, Antonio Zinilli

Keywords

public and private healthcare system, Innovative models in healthcare, Health risk, active ageing

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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