Omar Galarraga Assistant Professor of Health Services, Policy and Practice

Omar Galárraga, PhD, works in three areas of applied health economics research: (1) economic incentives for behavior change, (2) evaluation of health care reform initiatives including social health insurance, and (3) financing and cost-effectiveness of health care programs.  His research appears in public health, health economics, and health services research journals.  He is a member of the Editorial Board for the Journal of the International AIDS Society, and serves as Associate Editor for BMC Health Services Research.  He teaches classes on Comparative Health Care Systems, Statistical Analysis of Population-Based Datasets, and Global Health Economics at Brown University School of Public Health. During Fall 2016, while on sabbatical from Brown, Dr. Galárraga is Visiting Faculty at the Harvard Center for Population and Development Studies.

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