LDI Research Seminar with Etienne Minvielle, MD, MSC, PhD
Etienne Minvielle, MD, MSC, PhD, is a Professor of Management at the French School of Public Health (EHESP), University of Sorbonne Paris Cité.
Dr. Minvielle's research seeks to understand the effect of new delivery systems on healthcare performance. He has been continuously funded by the French Ministry of Health and the High Authority for Health for developing a national quality program, including quality indicators, ranking methods and paying for quality system, since 2003. He is the principal investigator of a cancer navigation research supported by the French Agency for Research which assesses the impact of patient portal on oral drugs’ observance. He is also the coordinator of a study sponsored by the French Agency for Health care Performance for designing a composite score of hospital performance. His research has been published in high-impact peer-reviewed journals.
He serves on numerous expert panels advising policy makers and government officials on the use of quality improvement incentives in health care. In addition to his research, Etienne Minvielle is also advisor at Gustave Roussy, a leading European Cancer center, for implementing innovative patient pathways. He works closely with the CEO and the board of directors to help design innovative patient pathways.
He received his MD from the Paris V School of Medicine where he did his residency in Public Health. He also received a PhD in Management Science from the Polytechnique School, and graduated from the French business school, ESSEC. He spent one year at the Leonard Davis Institute, University of Pennsylvania, during his post-doctoral period.
This event is free and open to the public, but please register.