TheHuman Capital Multidisciplinary Research Centre and HSE University, in cooperation with the World Bank, held the conference ‘New Challenges of Demographic, Epidemiological and Medical-Technological Development: Search for New Models of Healthcare Development.’ The participants discussed whether the healthcare system was prepared to face the pandemic, how the latter affected lifespans and excess mortality rates, whether we can trust statistics, and what we should do to see ‘the light at the end of the pandemic tunnel.’
The International Conference `New Challenges of Demographic, Epidemiological and Medical-Technological Development: Search for New Models of Healthcare Development`
On December 15, 2021 the International Conference organized by the Human Capital Multidisciplinary Research Center and the National Research University Higher School of Economics in partnership with the World Bank was held
State and Civic Efforts Helped Save at Least 80,000 Lives in Russia During the Pandemic, HSE Experts Say
In a study, ‘How Many Deaths from COVID-19 Were Avoided by Russian Society’, experts from HSE University found that the restrictive measures taken by the Russian government and its citizens to combat the spread of the virus saved the lives of tens of thousands of Russians.
This issue was discussed by participants and guests of an international conference international conference 'Outpatient Care Delivery in the Russian Federation: Creating a Platform for Improved Health Outcomes', which was held at Higher School of Economics at the end of June.
The Paper ‘The Motivational Effects of Changing from a Fixed Salary to Performance Based Remuneration of Russian Physicians’ Was Prepared by the Centre’s Director, Sergey Shishkin, and Leading Research Fellow Aleksandr Temnitsky. The Research Uses the Data of Five Surveys Conducted in 2007–2014.
Sergey Shishkin Presented the Paper at the European Association of Health Economics Conference in Hamburg, Germany on July 14, 2016.
On April 25 a round table on ‘E-Health Initiatives in Russia and the Netherlands, towards Patient-Centred Care’ was held at HSE. The event was organized under the auspices of the Russia-Netherlands Bilateral Health Working Group supported by the Ministry of Healthcare of the Russian Federation, the Higher School of Economics and the Skolkovo Foundation.
Plenary Session 'Health Care System Reforms: Problems and Results' Took Place in Moscow on April 21, 2016
A study carried out by the Centre for Health Policy on how patients pay for medical care in the healthcare system was named one of HSE’s top 14 most interesting research projects of 2014. The study was carried out by the Centre’s Director, Sergey Shishkin, along with Elena Potapchik and Elena Selezneva.
Leading Research Fellow in HSE’s Centre for Health Policy and World Bank Consultant Igor Sheiman prepared a report for the World Bank in October-December 2014 to assess how the State Health Care Development Programme for 2011-2015 ‘Salamatty Kazakhstan’ was carried out.