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Prof. Dr. Leonie Sundmacher

Akademische Ausbildung

Aug 2010 | PhD in Economics, Berlin University of Technology, Germany

Jun 2008 | MA in Political Science (Diplomabschluss), Freie Universitaet Berlin, Germany

Sep 2006 | MSc in Health Economics, University of York, UK

Sep 2005 | Postgraduate Diploma in Economics, University of York, UK

Berufliche Tätigkeiten

Since Apr 2012 | W1-Professor for Economics of Primary Care

Since Dec 2011 | Charite Berlin, Faculty of Medicine, Germany, Visiting Scientist

Aug 2008 - Mar 2012 | Berlin University of Technology, Department of Health Care Management, Germany, Research Fellow

May 2007 – Jun 2008 | Brunel University, Health Economics Research Group, London, UK, Research Fellow

Jan 2007 – Apr 2007 | i3Innovus Health Economics Consultancy, London, UK, Research Analyst

Jul 2006 – Sep 2006 | Health Econometrics and Data Group at the Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK, MSc dissertation placements, Supervisors: Prof. Andrew Jones, Dr Nigel Rice

Jul 2005 – Sep 2005 | Altana Pharma, Konstanz, Germany
Summer placement in the Health Economics Group

May 2001 – Aug 2002 | Deutscher Bundestag, Berlin, Germany
Student Research Assistant for MdB Prof. Dr. Pfaff

Auszeichnungen

European Commission: Young Gastein Scholarship for participation in the Gastein Health Forum „Financial crisis and health“, Austria 2009 and 2010

Elsa-Neumann-Scholarship for Doctoral Studies in Health Economics 2009 – 2010, Berlin, Germany

European Science Foundation Conference in Kiel: Prize for the best poster in the category methodology. Jury: Prof Uwe Siebert (Boston) and Prof Peter Zweifel (Zürich), 2006

Ausgewählte Publikationen (peer-reviewed)

Bäumler M, Sundmacher L, Böhringer D, Reinhard T (forthcoming): The cost-effectiveness of HLA matching in penetrating keratoplasty. International Journal of Technology Assessemnt in Health Care, accepted

Sundmacher L, Kopetsch T (2013): Waiting Times in the Ambulatory Sector. The case of chronically ill patients. International Journal for Equity in Health, in print

Ozegowski S, Sundmacher L (2013): Understanding the gap between need and utilization in outpatient care - The effect of supply-side determinants on regional inequities. Health Policy, in print

Henschke C, Sundmacher L, Busse R (2012): Structural changes in the German pharmaceutical market: Price setting mechanisms based on early benefit evaluation, Download (PDF, 300,4 KB)

Sundmacher L (2012): Trends and levels of avoidable mortality among districts: "Healthy" benchmarking in Germany. Health Policy, Download (PDF, 1,1 MB)

Ozegowski S, Sundmacher L (2012): Wie "bedarfsgerecht" ist die Bedarfsplanung? Eine Analyse der regionalen Verteilung der vertragsärztlichen Versorgung. Das Gesundheitswesen, in print

Sundmacher L (2012): The effect of health shocks on smoking and obesity. European Journal of Health Economics 13(4): 451-460

Ozegowski S, Sundmacher L (2012): Ensuring access to health care—Germany reforms supply structures to tackle inequalities. Health Policy 106(2): 105-109 Download (PDF, 172,4 KB)

Sundmacher L, Gaskins M, Hofmann K, Busse R (2012): Spatial distribution of avoidable cancer mortality in Germany. J Public Health 20(3): 279-288

Sundmacher L, Busse R (2011): The impact of physician supply on avoidable cancer mortality in Germany. Health Policy 103: 53-62 Download (PDF, 1,3 MB)

Sundmacher L, Scheller-Kreinsen D, Busse R (2011): The wider determinants of health inequalities in Germany - a decomposition analysis. International Journal for Equity in Health 10:30 Download (PDF, 378,8 KB)                                

Sundmacher L, Kimmerle J, Latzitis N, Busse R (2011): Vermeidbare Sterbefälle in Deutschland: Räumliche Verteilung und regionale Konzentrationen, Das Gesundheitswesen 73(4): 229-37

Latzitis N, Sundmacher L, Busse R (2011): Regionale Unterschiede der Lebenserwartung in Deutschland auf Ebene der Kreise und kreisfreien Städte und deren mögliche Determinanten. Das Gesundheitswesen 73(4): 217-28

Sundmacher L, Morris S (2010): Obesity and Occupational Position, Gesundheitsökonomie und Qualitätsmanagement 15: 33-38

Buch

Health Economics Research Group, Office of Health Economics, RAND Europe. Medical Research: What’s it worth? Estimating the economic benefits from medical research in the UK. London: UK Evaluation Forum; 2008 Download (PDF, 2,1 MB)

Weitere Publikationen

Sundmacher L and Busse R: The impact of physician density on ambulatory care sensitive conditions, Krankenhausreport 2012, in print

Bäumler M, Sundmacher L: Direkte Kosten. Gesundheitsökonomie und Qualitätsmanagement; 2012(1): 14-15

Sundmacher L: Health Care Services and Amenable Cancer Mortality in Germany, MIG working paper series No. 6, November 2010 forthcoming

Bäumler M, Sundmacher L, Zander B (2010): Major reform of German SHI contributions. Health Policy Monitor, October 2010. Available at: http://www.hpm.org/survey/de/a16/2

Zander B, Kimmerle J, Sundmacher L, Bäumler M (2009): Health Policy in Germany after the election. Health Policy Monitor, October 2009. Available at: www.hpm.org/survey/de/a14/2 Beiträge auf wissenschaftlichen

Sundmacher L, Rice N and Jones A: Health Shocks and Quitting Smoking, MIG working paper series No. 2, November 2009

Sundmacher L, Scheller-Kreinsen: Revisited Health Inequalities in Germany, MIG working paper series No. 1, September 2009

Ausgewählte Beiträge auf Wissenschaftlichen Konferenzen

DGMS: "The wider determinants of inequalities in health", Hannover, Aug 2012

ECHE: "Substitution effects between the ambulatory and hospital sector", Zürich, Jul 2012

DGGÖ: "Der Einfluss der Vertragsarztdichte auf ambulant‐sensitive Krankenhausfälle", Konstanz, Mär 2012

KBV Messe: "Analyse von räumlichen Unterschieden bei ambulanten Wartezeiten in Deutschland", Berlin, Feb 2012

ZI-Forum: "Neue Erkenntnisse durch räumliche Analysen?", Versorgungsforschung wird geo-grafisch, Berlin, Oct 2011

NHESG: "The Effect of Health Shocks on Smoking and Obesity", Odense, Aug 2011

IHEA: "Health Care Services and Avoidable Mortality", Toronto, Jul 2011

KBV Messe: "Eine Analyse ambulant-sensitiver Krankenhausfälle in Deutschland", Berlin, May 2011

Health Geography Workshop, Helmholtz Zentrum: "Vermeidbare Sterbefälle in Deutschland: regionale Verteilung und Konzentrationen", Munich, Jun 2010

HESG: "Amenable cancer-mortality in Germany", London School of Economics and Political Science, Jan 2010

ECPR: “Public Spending on Health and Equity in the German Health Care Systems”, Potsdam, Sep 2009

NHESG: “Health inequalities revisited”, Rejkjavic, Iceland, Aug 2009 

DGGÖ: “Avoidable Mortality in Germany”, Hanover, Mar 2009 (presented by R. Busse)

ECHE: “Public spending on health and political variables”, Rome, July 2008. 

ECPR: “Health care expenditure, political systems and health outcomes”, workshop session, Science Po and University of Rennes, 2008.

HESG: “Decomposition of inequality in BMI”, East Anglia University, Norwich, January 2008.

HESG: “Obesity and occupation selection”, Brunel University. London, September 2007.

ESF-Conference: “Do smokers respond to health shocks”, poster presentation,  Kiel, Germany, September 2006

Andere Kurse

Apr 2010 | Multilevel Modelling using MLwIN, Center for Multilevel Modelling, University of Bristol, UK  

Mar 2009 – Jun 2009 | Inequalities in Health and Health Care; Econometric Analysis of Health Care Demand; Analysis of Efficiency and Consumer Choice | International Doctoral courses in Health Economics, Switzerland 

Sep 2006 – May 2007 | Statistics courses at University College London, UK

June 2007 | Advance Programming in STATA, Essex Summer School, UK 

Lehre

SS 2012 | Introduction to Health Economics & Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes | Master Health and Society | Charite Berlin

SS 2012 | Vorlesung Gesundheitsökonomie I | Bachelor Economics | Technische Universität Berlin

WS 2011/12 | Vorlesung Gesundheitsökonomie | Master of Public Health | Freie Universität Berlin

WS 2011/12 | Vorlesung Gesundheitsökonomie II | MINE | Technische Universität Berlin

SS 2011 | Vorlesung Gesundheitsökonomie I | Bachelor Economics | Technische Universität Berlin

WS 2009/10 | Sozioökonomische Ungleichheit in Gesundheit | Master in Public Health | Charite Berlin

Seit WS 2008/09 | Research in Health Economics Seminar | Technische Universität Berlin

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