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Frederik Cyrus Roeder
Frederik Cyrus Roeder

Associate Researcher

Frederik Roeder is a German health economist. He studied hospital management, health economics and international business at the universities of Goettingen (Germany), Bayreuth (Germany), Maribor (Slovenia), and Tongji Shanghai (China). Since 2011, he serves as a Visiting Professor for Health Economics at the Lithuanian University of Health Sciences and as a Visiting Professor for Healthcare Management and Economics at Ilia State University (Georgia). Mr. Roeder is the Managing Director of Healthcare Solutions, with a focus on know-how transfer and policy advise from German healthcare to healthcare systems in transition. Besides working with Central and Eastern Europe countries, he also actively works in the currently reformed health system of the Republic of Georgia and in East Asian countries.

National Post, p. FP11

A measure for collecting hospital quality data and making it accessible to Quebec patients.

20 October 2016October 20, 2016
Le Devoir, p. A07

A measure for collecting hospital quality data and making it accessible to Quebec patients.

20 October 2016October 20, 2016
Economic Note describing a measure for collecting hospital quality data and making it transparent and accessible to Quebec patients

Choosing the right hospital can be a difficult decision for patients and their families. In 2005, in order to provide more transparency and facilitate evidence-based decisions, Germany began requiring that all hospitals publish structured quality reports every two years. These reports are meant to allow patients to compare the level of quality of each hospital. Doctors can also base their referrals on these reports. This kind of transparency leads to the continuous improvement of the quality of medical treatment.

20 October 2016October 20, 2016
www.forbes.com, p. Web

Government intervention in the energy market.

7 November 2013November 7, 2013
The Gazette, p. A19

Germany's health-care system.

30 May 2013May 30, 2013
The Gazette, p. A17

The benefits of for-profit private hospitals in Germany.

23 February 2012February 23, 2012

February 21, 2012 | 3 min. 20 sec. | Radio Noon (CBC-R)

Interview with Frederik Cyrus Roeder, Associate Researcher at the MEI, on the benefits of for-profit private hospitals in Germany.

Link of interest :: The private sector within a public health care system: the German example

21 February 2012February 21, 2012

February 21, 2012 | 19 min. 30 sec. | The Tommy Schnurmacher Show (CJAD-AM)

Interview with Frederik Cyrus Roeder, Associate Researcher at the MEI, on the benefits of for-profit private hospitals in Germany.

Link of interest :: The private sector within a public health care system: the German example

21 February 2012February 21, 2012
Economic Note on the benefits of for-profit private hospitals in Germany

The Canadian health care system is an oddity among developed countries in that the public sector is not only responsible for most of the financing of the health care system, but also has a near complete monopoly on the delivery of hospital care. In Europe, where public financing is as prevalent as in Canada, if not more so, the private for-profit sector has an extensive role to play in delivering service.

21 February 2012February 21, 2012

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