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Devidas Menon, MHSA, PhD,BSc

Professor Health Policy and Management

Public Health, School of

About Me

My interests centre around health technologies in health systems.

This includes methodologies for the assessment of technologies, conduct of comprehensive health technology assessments (HTA), the study of processes for decision making on the coverage and reimbursement of new technologies and technology-based health services, and the role of public or social values in resource allocation decision-making.

The methods I use include both qualitative and quantitative techniques, and cover both primary and secondary data collection and synthesis. For me, it is essential that such research be conducted in close collaboration with decision making bodies, and therefore I have established good relationships with governments, government agencies and health delivery bodies across Canada.

 

 

Degrees

MHSA, University of Alberta, 1990
PhD, University of Alberta, 1975
BSc (Honours), University of Singapore, 1968

 

 

Awards

Award in Health Services Administration, Johnson & Johnson, 1991 
Visiting Scientist Award, Montreal Neurological Institute, Alberta Heritage Foundation for Medical Research, 1981

 

 

Keywords

health technology assessment
social values in health care
resource allocation decision-making
technology adoption

 

 

 

 


Research

Health technology assessment

Health policy


Teaching

Instructor, SPH 600 (Health Policy Development)