Empirical health care management (EHCM)

The empirical health care management group aims to provide evidence on topics of health care markets and management using state-of-the-art quantitative research methods. Since September 2016, Katharina Blankart is the head of this group and assistant professor in empirical health economics. Research topics cover market access of health technologies, the role of innovation and the effects of regulated health care markets on agent behavior.

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In German community pharmacies, personal interaction, physical aspect, store policy, availability with strongest influence on perceived customer value; consultation is not perceived:

Check here for details: Guhl D, Blankart KE, Stargardt T. Service quality and perceived customer value in community pharmacies: Health Services Management Research [Online first]. 2018

 

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