Health Care Management

Anika Kreutzberg

Anika Kreutzberg joined the Department of Health Care Management as research fellow in November 2018. She is health economist (University of Bayreuth) and completed her PhD at the Centre for Health Economics (University of York, UK) in January 2019. Prior to her PhD study, Anika held positions at the Institute of Applied Health Services Research in Berlin and the Wilhelm Loehe University in Fuerth, Germany.

Anika’s research interests are based in the area of empirical health economics and applied econometrics. Particularly, she is experienced in evaluating health policy interventions and analyzing incentive schemes for health care providers. Her research so far focused on the economics of mental health conditions and aspects around access to health care.

 

Research interests:

  • Empirical health economics and applied econometrics
  • Evaluation of health policy interventions
  • Analysis of incentive schemes of health care providers
  • Economics of mental health
  • Access to health care

Publications

Peer-reviewed publications

Reichert A., & Jacobs R. (2018). The impact of waiting time on patient outcomes: Evidence from Early Intervention in Psychosis services in England. Health Economics, 27(11): 1772–1787. DOI: 10.1002/hec.3800.

Kuchenbecker U., Chase D., Reichert A., Schiffner-Rohe J., & Atwood M. (2018). Estimating the cost-effectiveness of a sequential pneumococcal vaccination program for adults in Germany. PLoS ONE, May 2018, 13(5):e0197905. DOI: 10.1371/journal.pone.0197905

Reichert A., & Jacobs R. (2018). Socioeconomic inequalities in duration of untreated psychosis – evidence from administrative data in England. Psychological Medicine, 48(5):822-833.  DOI: 10.1017/S0033291717002197

Reichert A., Fröhlich J., Himmler S., Krauth C., & Amelung V.E. (2017). Gesundheits-ökonomische Potenziale einer ganzheitlichen Nachsorge von Schlaganfallpatienten. Gesundheitsökonomie und Qualitätsmanagement; 22(06): 297-305. DOI: 10.1055/s-0043-103024

Berchtold P., Schmitz C., Reichert A., Amelung V.E. (2015). Steuerung der ärztlichen Weiterbildung und Berufsausübung in Zeiten von „Ärzteknappheit“. Gesundheits- und Sozialpolitik, 69(5):27-36. DOI:  10.5771/1611-5821-2015-5-27

Richter U., Reichert A., Urbanski D., Richter E., Scholz S., Bublik M., & Amelung V.E. (2015). Die Potenziale von Homecare: Optimierung an der Schnittstelle ambulant-stationär. Monitor Pflege, 04/15: 29-35.

Zahn T.P., Wenning V., Reichert A., Stevens M., Nieswand P., Kloepfer A., & Amelung V.E. (2015). Akzeptanz von Hausnotrufsystemen bei Pflegebedürftigen. Monitor Pflege, 02/15: 26-31.

Bucholtz N., Hahn U., Chase D., Reichert A., & Amelung V.E. (2014). Sektorengrenzen erfolgreich überwinden: Eine empirische Untersuchung am Beispiel der ambulanten Augenchirurgie. Monitor Versorgungsforschung, 01/14: 34-39. DOI: 10.24945/MVF.01.14.1866-0533.1932

Hahn U., Chase D., Bucholtz N., Reichert A., & Amelung V.E. (2013). Sektorenübergreifende Kooperation: Es gibt sie schon - Umsetzung und Versorgungsrelevanz am Beispiel der ambulanten Augenchirurgie. Gesundheits- und Sozialpolitik, 06(2013): 54-59.

 

Books/book chapter

Urbanski D., Reichert A., & Amelung V.E. (2017). Discharge and Transition Management in Integrated Care. In: Handbook Integrated Care (eds. V.E. Amelung, V. Stein, N. Goodwin, R. Balicer, E. Nolte and E. Suter), pp. 97-111. Springer International Publishing: Cham.

Amelung V.E., Chase D., & Reichert A., (2017). Leadership in Integrated Care. In: Handbook Integrated Care (eds. V.E. Amelung, V. Stein, N. Goodwin, R. Balicer, E. Nolte and E. Suter), pp. 221-236. Springer International Publishing: Cham.

Richter U., Amelung V.E., Reichert A., Urbanski D., & Scholz S. (2016). Homecare: Die Rolle von Hausärzten im Entlassmanagement. MWV: Berlin.

Amelung V.E., Wolf S., Brümmer A., Tangermann U., Stache F., & Reichert A. (2014). Neue Versorgungsformen als bedeutende Systeminnovation? In: Innovative Konzepte und Verträge in der Rückenschmerztherapie (eds. V.E. Amelung and R. Lägel), pp. 49-73. MWV: Berlin.

Presentations and talks

Reichert A., & Jacobs R. (2018). Declining waiting times for psychotic patients – does implementing a waiting time target make a difference? Invited speaker at the Workshop on the Economics of Mental Health Policy, Rom, 2018.

Reichert A., & Jacobs R. (2018). The impact of waiting time on patient outcomes: Evidence from Early Intervention in Psychosis services in England. Präsentation bei der RGS PhD Conference in Economics, Universität Duisburg-Essen, 2018.

Reichert A., & Jacobs R. (2018). Clinical priorities and gaming in the light of waiting time targets for Early Intervention in Psychosis services in England. Präsentation beim Health Economics Study Group Meeting, City University London, 2018.

Reichert A., & Jacobs R. (2017). Socioeconomic inequalities in duration of untreated psychosis – Evidence from administrative data in England. Präsentation beim Health Economics Study Group Meeting, University of Birmingham, 2017.

Berchtold P., Schmitz C., Reichert A., & Amelung V.E. (2014). Workforce planning in times of physician shortages - A systematic investigation of international experiences. Poster Präsentation beim Annual Research Meeting of the Academy of Health, San Diego, 2014.

Reichert A., Macco K., & Zerth J. (2012). Präferenzen und Zahlungsbereitschaften für assistive Technologien in der ambulanten Pflege am Beispiel des Projektes “Barrierefreie Gesundheitsassistenz“. Präsentation beim Deutschen Kongress für Versorgungsforschung, Dresden, 2012.