Adriana Castelli
Senior Research Fellow

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Biography

Adriana Castelli is a Senior Research Fellow in the Health Policy Team at CHE, which she joined in 2004. She has an MSc and PhD in Economics both awarded by the University of York. Before joining the Health Policy team, Adriana was a Research Fellow (2002) at the Department of Economics, University of York, for the EU project 'Rationing of Medical Services: An Empirical Study'.

Her research interests include health policy reforms, performance measurement with a particular focus on the development of productivity measures of healthcare goods and services, and analysis of geographical/spatial variation in quality of life and health.

Curriculum vitae

Research

Overview

  • Her research interests are in the area of decentralisation, health care and equity
  • She is working on a major project funded by the Department of Health, designed to contribute to the understanding and measurement of NHS outputs and productivity

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Invited talks and conferences

  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Grašič K, Street A. Does national policy have an impact on NHS productivity? Paper presented at the 83rd Health Economists’ Study Group Meeting, University of Sheffield, 8-10 January 2014.
  • Castelli A, Daidone S, Jacobs R, Kasteridis P, Street A. Examining variations in patient costs along the hip fracture care pathway. Paper presented at the 81st Health Economists’ Study Group Meeting, University of Exeter, 9-11 Jan 2013.
  • Castelli A, Daidone S, Jacobs R, Street A. Examining variations in provider costs in the hip fracture care pathway. Paper presented at the European Conference on Health Economics, Zurich, Switzerland, 18-21 July 2012.
  • Castelli A. Measuring NHS outputs, inputs and productivity, paper presented at the Institut de Recherche et Documentation en Economie de la Santé (IRDES), Paris, October 2011.
  • Castelli A. Measuring NHS outputs, inputs and productivity. Paper presented at the Institute of Health Policy, Management and Evaluation, Faculty of Medicine, University of Toronto, Toronto, July 2011.
  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Nizalova O. Exploring the concept of ‘avoidable mortality’ as a quality indicator for NHS hospital output: the case of circulatory diseases in England. Paper presented at the iHEA conference ‘Transforming Health & Economics’, Toronto, 10-13 July 2011.
  • Castelli A. Measuring NHS outputs, inputs and productivity, paper presented at the Health Economics Research Unit (HERU), University of Aberdeen, March 2011.
  • Bojke C, Castelli A, Nizalova O. Exploring the concept of ‘avoidable mortality’ as a quality indicator for NHS hospital output: the case of circulatory diseases in England. Paper presented at the 78th Health Economists’ Study Group Meeting, University of York, 5-7 January 2011.
  • Castelli A. Measuring NHS productivity. Paper presented at Bocconi University Seminar, October 2010.
  • Castelli A. (with Street A.) session organiser at the 8th European Conference on Health Economics, Helsinki, Finland, 7-10 July 2010. Session’s title: ‘Measuring health and social care output and productivity: a European perspective’. Paper presented within the session, Getting out what we put in: how productive is the NHS in England?
  • Castelli A, Laudicella M, Street A, Ward P. Getting out what we put in: how productive is the NHS in England?. Paper presented at the 75th Health Economists’ Study Group Meeting, University of Sheffield, 22-24 July 2009.
  • Castelli A, Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith PC. Can public service organisations influence quality of life?. Paper presented at Health Economics Resource Group, Brunel University, June 2009.
  • Castelli A, Jacobs R, Goddard M, Smith PC. Can public service organisations influence quality of life?. Paper presented at the ‘Multivariate Methods and Models for Evaluating Public Services’ Conference in Rimini, Università di Bologna, 25-26 May 2009.
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Adriana Castelli
Senior Research Fellow
Centre for Health Economics