Jonas Schreyoegg
Jonas Schreyoegg
2006-07 Harkness Fellow
Senior Lecturer in Health Care Management and Economics
Department of Health Care Management
Berlin University of Technology
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Harkness Project Title: Exploring Costs and Mortality for Treatment After Acute Myocardial Infarction Among Hospitals in the United States’ Veteran Health Administration and Germany

Mentor: Alan Garber, M.D., Ph.D.

Placement: Center for Health Policy, Stanford University

Biography at time of Harkness Fellowship: Jonas Scheyoegg, a 2006–07 Commonwealth Fund Harkness Fellow in Health Care Policy has been at the Berlin University of Technology since 2001, where he is currently senior lecturer in health care management and economics in the Department of Health Care Management. Since 2004, he is also a research fellow at the European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies where he focuses on comparative analysis of European health care systems especially financing issues. He is currently part of a large EU-funded project HealthBASKET which compares the benefit baskets and costs of individual health services in Europe. He is a 2002–2003 scholar of the German National Academic Foundation (Studienstiftung des deutschen Volkes) and received several research awards. Schreyoegg has worked on projects with several international organizations and was a visiting fellow in Taiwan and Singapore. He has published widely in the areas of health financing, health care management, pharmaceutical regulation and economic evaluation. His current research interests focus on cost benchmarking, economic evaluation of health services and health care financing. Schreyoegg received a doctorate in economics from the Berlin University of Technology.

Project: Schreyögg’s project aimed to explain variation in mortality and hospital costs for treatment after acute myocardial infarction between hospitals of the Veteran Health Administration (V.A.) and Germany.  He drew on patient-level data from 130 V.A. and 18 German hospitals, and used a multilevel regression to draw insights regarding their relative efficiency and quality, adjusting for the different patient profiles in each system.

Career Activity Since Fellowship

  • Chair for Health Care Management, Hamburg Center for Health Economics, University of Hamburg, 2013
  • Professor of Health Care Management, University of Hamburg, 2010
  • Professor for Health Services Management, Munich University, 2009

Current Positions: (updated 10/2017)

  • Appointed by the German Minister of Health the Advisory Council of the German Federal Ministry of Health (2015-2019)
  • Chair for Health Care Management, Hamburg Center for Health Economics, University of Hamburg 

E-mail: Jonas.Schreyoegg@wiso.uni-hamburg.de

Selected Publications

Hatz HM, Schreyögg J, Torbica A, Boriani G, Blankart CR. “Adoption Decisions for Medical Devices: Results from a European Survey and Implications for HTA,” Health Economics, 2017.

Büchner VA, Hinz V, Schreyögg J. "Cooperation for a competitive position: The impact of hospital cooperation behavior on organizational performance." Health Care Manage Rev. 2014.

Lindlbauer I, Schreyögg J. "The relationship between hospital specialization and hospital efficiency: do different measures of specialization lead to different results?"Health Care Manag Sci. 2014.

Heimeshoff M, Schreyögg J, Kwietniewski L. "Cost and technical efficiency of physician practices: a stochastic frontier approach using panel data." Health Care Manag Sci. 2014.

Büchner VA, Schreyögg J, Schultz C. "The impact of the board's strategy-setting role on board-management relations and hospital performance." Health Care Manage Rev. 2014.

Heimeshoff M, Schreyögg J, Tiemann O. "Employment effects of hospital privatization in Germany." Eur J Health Econ. 2014.

Stargardt T, Schreyögg J, Kondofersky I." Measuring the relationship between costs and outcomes: the example of acute myocardial infarction in German hospitals." Health Econ. 2014.

Varabyova Y, Schreyögg J. "International comparisons of the technical efficiency of the hospital sector: panel data analysis of OECD countries using parametric and non-parametric approaches." Health Policy. 2013.

Heimeshoff M, Schreyögg J, Kwietniewski L. "Cost and technical efficiency of physician practices: a stochastic frontier approach using panel data." Health Care Manag Sci. 2013.

Büchner VA, Schreyögg J, Schultz C. "The impact of the board's strategy-setting role on board-management relations and hospital performance." Health Care Manage Rev. 2013.

Heimeshoff M, Schreyögg J, Tiemann O. "Employment effects of hospital privatization in Germany." Eur J Health Econ. 2013.

Stargardt T, Schreyögg J, Kondofersky I. "Measuring the relationship between costs and outcomes: the example of acute myocardial infarction in German hospitals." Health Econ. 2013.

Varabyova Y, Schreyögg J. "International comparisons of the technical efficiency of the hospital sector: panel data analysis of OECD countries using parametric and non-parametric approaches." Health Policy. 2013.

Blankart CR, Koch T, Linder R, Verheyen F, Schreyögg J, Stargardt T. "Cost of illness and economic burden of chronic lymphocytic leukemia." Orphanet J Rare Dis. 2013.

Heimeshoff M, Hollmeyer H, Schreyögg J, Tiemann O, Staab D. "Cost of illness of cystic fibrosis in Germany: results from a large cystic fibrosis centre." Pharmacoeconomics. 2012.

Bäumler M, Stargardt T, Schreyögg J, Busse R. "Cost effectiveness of drug-eluting stents in acute myocardial infarction patients in Germany: results from administrative data using a propensity score-matching approach." Appl Health  Econ Health Policy. 2012.

Schreyögg J, Stargardt T. [Health economic evaluation based on administrative data from German health insurance]. Bundesgesundheitsblatt Gesundheitsforschung Gesundheitsschutz. 2012.

Haas L, Stargardt T, Schreyögg J. “Cost-effectiveness of open versus laparoscopic ppendectomy: a multilevel approach with propensity score matching.” European Journal of Health Economics. 2012.

Schultz C, Schreyögg J, Stargardt T, Busse R. “Editorial: Focus on designing health care structures and services for rare diseases.” Health Policy. 2012.

Stargardt T, Schreyögg J. “A framework to evaluate the effects of small area variations in healthcare infrastructure on diagnostics and patient outcomes of rare diseases based on administrative data.” Health Policy. 2012.

Schreyögg J, Stargardt T. "The Trade-off between Costs and Outcomes: The Case of Acute Myocardial Infarction." Health Services Research. 2010.

Schreyögg J, Stargardt T, Tiemann O. "Costs and Quality of Hospitals in Different Health Care Systems: a Multilevel Approach with Propensity Score Matching." Health Economics. 2010.

Schreyögg J, von Reitzenstein C. “Strategic Groups and Performance Differences Among Academic Medical Centers,” Health Care Management Review. 2008. 

Schreyögg J. "A Micro-costing Approach to Estimating Hospital Costs for Appendectomy in a Cross-European Context." Health Economics. 2008.

 Busse R, Schreyögg J, Smith PC. “Variability in Healthcare Treatment Costs Amongst Nine EU Countries – Results From the HealthBASKET Project,” Health Economics. 2008.

Busse R, Schreyögg J and Gericke C. “Health Financing in High Income Countries,” Copenhagen: European Observatory on Health Systems and Policies. 2007.

Hesse A, Schreyögg J. “Determinanten eines erfolgreichen Einweisermarketings für Krankenhäuser – eine explorative Analyse,” Gesundheitsökonomie und Qualitätsmanagement. 2007.

Burgdorf  F, Schreyögg  J, Keller W, von Wietersheim J, Deter HC und the German Study Group on Psychosocial Intervention in Crohn’s Disease. “Prädiktoren für die medizinische Inanspruchnahme am Beispiel von Patienten mit der Diagnose Morbus Crohn: Ergebnisse einer multizentrischen, prospektiv randomisierten Studie,” Medizinische Klinik. 2007.

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