Dr. Søren Rud Kristensen is a Senior Lecturer in Health Economics at the Centre for Health Policy at the Institute of Global Health Innovation. He holds an MSc in Economics (2008) and a PhD in Economics (2012) from the University of Southern Denmark. Prior to joining Imperial College he was a Research Fellow and later Lecturer in Health Economics at the University of Manchester where he is now an Honorary Senior Lecturer. He is an Adjunct Associate Professor at the University of Southern Denmark and has been a visiting scientist at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health.
Dr Kristensen’s primary research interest is the design and effects of performance incentives in health care. His research takes point of departure in the economic theory of incentives and is conducted using microeconometric analyses of large data sets. His current research interests include the intended and unintended effects of using financial penalties to incentivise quality improvement in health care, payment models for integrated care, and value for money in patient safety.
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et al., 2019, Does pooling health & social care budgets reduce hospital use and lower costs?, Social Science & Medicine, Vol:232, ISSN:0277-9536, Pages:382-388