On May 12-13, 2022, the Becker Friedman Institute Health Economics Initiative’s annual conference brought together faculty, research professionals, and students to explore a variety of health economics issues.
This was an in-person conference at the University of Chicago with limited capacity for virtual participation.
Thursday, May 12, 2022
Registration and Breakfast
The Costs and Benefits of Monitoring Providers: Evidence from Medicare Adults
Maggie Shi, Columbia University (Presenter)
Quality Disclosure and Regulation: Scoring Design in Medicare Advantage
Friday, May 13, 2022
Evidence and Lessons on the Health Impacts of Public Health Funding from the Fight against HIV/AIDS
Marcus Dillender, University of Illinois at Chicago (Presenter)
Can Competitive Bidding Work in Health Care? Evidence from Medicare Durable Medical Equipment
Yunan Ji, Harvard University (Presenter)