George Keel is a Research Manager at the Swedish Institute for Health Economics, and is a member of the Unit for Health Economics and Economic Evaluation. He directs health economics courses within the Master's Program in Health Economics Policy and Management.
His research interests lie within the fields of health economics, economic evaluation, costing in healthcare organization, climate science in healthcare, clinical care delivery management, and financial health policy. George’s doctoral thesis focused on the development of innovative cost-accounting infrastructures at Danderyd Hospital in Stockholm.
The title of his thesis is: Counting What Counts: Time-Driven Activity-Based Costing in Health Care
George is course director of three courses within the Health Economics Policy and Management Program: 1) Economic Evaluation of Health Care Programmes, 2) Health Economics - Financing Health and Medical Care, and 3) the Advanced Course In Health Economics.
He has previously been invovled as a teacher in various capacities for the following courses at LIME:
- Health and medical care management
- Advanced heatlh and medical care management
- Planning for Health
- Advanced course in health systems and policy
- Project managment
- Research group management
Karolinska institutet (2015-2020)
Doctorate of Medicine
Karolinska institutet (2011 – 2013)
Master of Science, Public Health Policy, Economics, and Management
Warren Wilson College (2004-2008)
Bachelor of Science, Biology
Bachelor of Arts, Business