Interdepartmental Program in Health Economics
The Interdepartmental Program in Health Economics (IPHE) is a collaboration between economics faculty between three departments at the Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Public Health. Each of these departments offers concentrations in health economics at the Master’s and Doctoral level.
2016 / 17 HEALTH ECONOMICS SEMINARS 12-1:20pm, @ Hampton House B14B
- Oct. 6 -Thomas DeLeire (Georgetown)
- Nov. 3 -Daniel Polsky (The Wharton School)
- Dec. 1 - Jose J. Escarce (UCLA)
- Mar. 2, 2017- Janet M.Currie (Princeton)
- Apr 6, 2017-Kosali Simon (Indiana University)
- May 4, 2017 - George Lowenstein (Carnegie Mellon)
Message from the Director
Welcome to the Interdepartmental Program in Health Economics. Click below for a special message to prospective students from Professor and Director David Bishai, MD, MPH, PhD. Health economics at Hopkins involves economists from 6 of the school’s departments and we span the range of the field of health economics from health care financing and commodity markets, to decision sciences, econometrics, economic evaluation, preference elicitation, health production, population health and economic demography. We are on top of outcomes research, pharmacoeconomics of vaccines, and emerging issues in global health, health systems and chronic diseases.