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Thursday, 27 January 2011, 10:00AM
The Royal Society

Part One: Choice of Providers and Mutual Healthcare Purchasers - The Dutch Reforms

Professor Sir Roderick Floud FBA, The Rt Hon Lord Warner of Brockley, Professor Dr Wynand PMM van de Ven

A distinguished panel discuss the Dutch reform experience and its relevence to the UK, and examine the case for integrating health and aged care budgets.

The conference includes the following talk: 

Introduction by Professor Sir Roderick Floud and The Rt Hon Lord Warner of Brockley

Choice of Providers and Mutual Healthcare Purchasers: The Dutch Reforms by Professor Dr Wynand PMM van de Ven, Erasmus University Rotterdam

 

This event is generously sponsored by BUPA.

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Professor Sir Roderick Floud FBA is an Honorary Fellow of Gresham College having served as the Provost of Gresham College between 2008 and 2014, taking over the role from Lord Sutherland of Houndwood KT FBA and being followed by Sir Richard Evans FBA. Sir Roderick Floud is President Emeritus of the London Metropolitan University and he was previously the Chairperson of the Standing Committee for the Social Sciences at the European Science Foundation.

His particular interests in part-time and mature students in higher education has been reflected in many of his publications as well as his participation in numerous boards and committees. Of particular note are his roles as President of Universities UK (representing 121 British Universities), Vice-President of the European University Association (where he was particularly involved in the 'Bologna process' of converging European education systems), and Chair of the Social Sciences Committee of the European Science Foundation (representing research councils and learned academies from thirty European Countries). In 2005 he received a knighthood for his services to Higher Education in the Queen's Birthday Honours.

Sir Roderick Floud is an economic historian, with publications on topics as diverse as technological change, the use of IT in the study of history, the evolution of technical education and changes in human height, health and welfare. He holds honorary fellowships from Emmanuel College Cambridge, Wadham College Oxford, Birkbeck College London and the Historical Association, as well as honorary degrees from City University London and the University of Westminster. He was elected an Academician of the Social Sciences in 2000 and a Fellow of the British Academy in 2002.

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Dr Wynand van de Ven wrote his thesis "Studies in Health Insurance and Econometrics" at Leiden University. Since 1986 he is professor of Health Insurance at the Erasmus University Rotterdam. His teaching and research focus on managed competition in health care, competitive health insurance market, risk selection, moral hazard, risk equalisation, managed care and priority choices in health care. He has experience as a governor and adviser of insurance companies, political parties, government, research institute, hospitals and other health care organizations. He serves (served) as member of many advisory committees and the editorial Board of scientific journals. As a consultant, e.g. for the World Bank and the World Health Organization, he has studied the health care systems in Chile, Ireland, Israel, New Zealand, Poland, Russia, South Africa and Sweden. He is one of the founding fathers of the European Risk Adjustment Network. Previous positions are Programme Director of the Master Health Economics, Policy and Law at Erasmus University and Chair of the iHEA Jury-Committee for the annual Arrow Award for best paper in health economics.

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27 January 2011

Part One: Choice of Providers and Mutual Healthcare Purchasers - The Dutch Reforms
Professor Sir Roderick Floud FBA
The Rt Hon Lord Warner of Brockley
Professor Dr Wynand PMM van de Ven

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