Economic Evaluation in Healthcare

This two day interactive workshop has been designed specifically to provide those in leadership and senior management positions in the complex area of the healthcare industry with a more in-depth understanding of health economics within the Australian healthcare environment, utilising interactive case studies.

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Course date

2023 TBC

Course delivery

This course is offered online via Zoom as well as in person at:

Monash Public Health
and Preventive Medicine
Conference Rooms 1 & 2
553 St Kilda Road
Melbourne VIC 3004

Course fees

Early bird:

  • $550 incl. GST for 1 day
  • $1,000 incl. GST for 2 days
  • Full fee:

  • $600 incl. GST for 1 day
  • $1,100 incl. GST for 2 days
  • Students: 50% discount

    10% discount for Monash staff / Monash alumni / Alfred staff / VHA members

    Program contact

    Phone: +61 3 9903 0289

    Terms and Conditions

    Learning objectives

    This course will provide participants with an understanding of:

    • Complexity of the Australian Health Care System
    • A strategic overview of health economics and its use in the Australian healthcare system
    • Funding options
    • Principles in evaluating a hospital service and of economic evaluation
    • Economic evaluations
    • Emerging trends in evaluation

    Course outline

    Participants may register to attend one or two days of this course.

    Day 1

    • Introduction to health economics
    • Economic evaluations
    • Group exercise
    • Introduction: From clinical trials to economic evaluation (Part 1)

    Day 2

    • Question and Answer session from Day 1
    • Modelling
    • Continuation: From clinical trials to economic evaluation (Part 2)
    • Group exercise: Assessing an economic evaluation

    Who should attend?

    • Senior public and private healthcare sectors
    • The pharmaceutical industry
    • Clinicians
    • Health technology assessment personnel
    • Hospital formulary / technology assessment members
    • Managers of future innovation
    • Health reform and improvement units

    Course facilitators

    While the information contained herein was correct at the date of publication, Monash University reserves the right to alter procedures, fees and regulations should the need arise.