27th Congress of the European Association of Hospital Managers27th Congress of the European Association of Hospital Managers

Lise Rochaix

Chairwoman, European Health Economics Association (EuHEA)

Lise Rochaix, Ph.D., is full professor in the economics department of the University of Paris 1 Panthéon-Sorbonne since September 2014 and holds the Paris School of Economics chair in health economics, Hospinnomics endowed by the Hospitals of Paris (AP-HP). She has a Master of Sciences and a PhD in economics (1991) from the Department of Economics and Related Studies, at York university (UK). She started her carrier as a researcher in the French National Institute for Scientific Research (CNRS) and subsequently became lecturer in economics at Dauphine university. She became full professor through the French national competition in 1994 and was first appointed at the University of Western Brittany and then at Aix-Marseille University. She has taken part in various governmental reports and was seconded to the forecasting division of the French Treasury (90-93). In 2006, she was appointed by the President of the Senate to join the Board of the French National Health Board (Haute Autorité de Santé –HAS) where she set up HAS’s economic remit and a new dedicated committee: the economics and public health evaluation committee (CEESP – Commission d’Evaluation Economique et de Santé Publique), in charge of the evaluation of health care strategies and new technologies, which she chaired until the end of her mandate in January 2014. In October 2015, she has been appointed chair of the board of directors of the technical agency in charge of hospital information ATIH (Agence Technique d’Information Hospitalière). She has been elected chair of the European Health Economics Association (EuHEA), starting July 2018. Her research interests focus on the evaluation of public policies, in an international comparative perspective. She has published widely on topics related to regulatory issues in the healthcare sector, with both equity and efficiency considerations.


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