Institute of public finance
Public Sector Economics Journal
Public Sector Economics
2023 Conference
The COVID-19 pandemic unprecedently challenged the accessibility, effectiveness, and resilience of health systems worldwide. The extreme combined health and economic crisis was a reality check for many aspects of healthcare systems, and the observed fault lines have underscored the need for a more improved, holistic and equitable approach to health. 

The conference aims to analyse the state of healthcare systems after the covid pandemic and discuss policy options for tackling healthcare challenges in the post-pandemic era. Relevant topics include, but are not limited to: 
  • Healthcare financing and expenditure
  • Pharmaceutical consumption and expenditure
  • Coexistence of public and private healthcare providers 
  • Affordability and equality of access to healthcare
  • Reforms of healthcare systems after the pandemic
  • Quality and outcomes of healthcare
  • Healthcare workforce after the pandemic
  • Occupational health and safety in healthcare
  • Health system resilience
  • Efficient preventive healthcare
  • Digital transformation in healthcare.
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