Health Policy Research

Planning public health policies requires a population diagnosis to assess what the the major health problems and their determinants are as well as what burden they cause for the society. Evidence is needed also about the efficacy, feasibility, cost-effectiveness and budget-impact of the potential public health interventions. When these interventions are implemented, their process, outcome and impact need to be monitored and evaluated. The expertise of Syreon Research Institute in epidemiology, health monitoring, and public health policy is a guarantee that it can provide high quality research to collect, and interpret the evidence needed for public health policy-making.

Zoltán Kaló and Balázs Nagy
Coordinators of Health Policy Research Projects