Benedetta Pongiglione

Government, Health and Not for Profit


Latest publications

PONGIGLIONE B., Carrone F., Angelucci A., Mazziotti G., COMPAGNI A. Patient characteristics associated with the acceptability of teleconsultation: a retrospective study of osteoporotic patients post-COVID-19 BMC Health Services Research, 2023, vol.23, no. 1, pp.230
PONGIGLIONE B., TORBICA A. How real can we get in generating real world evidence? Exploring the opportunities of routinely collected administrative data for evaluation of medical devices Health Economics, 2022, vol.31, no. S1, pp.25-43
Klein P., Blommestein H., Al M., PONGIGLIONE B., TORBICA A., DE GROOT S. Real-world evidence in health technology assessment of high-risk medical devices: Fit for purpose? Health Economics, 2022, vol.31, no. S1, pp.10-24
Möllenkamp M., PONGIGLIONE B., Rabbe S., TORBICA A., Schreyögg J. Spillover effects and other determinants of medical device uptake in the presence of a medical guideline: An analysis of drug-eluting stents in Germany and Italy Health Economics, 2022, vol.31, no. S1, pp.157-178
Rabbe S., Möllenkamp M., PONGIGLIONE B., Blommestein H., Wetzelaer P., Heine R., Schreyögg J. Variation in the utilization of medical devices across Germany, Italy, and the Netherlands: A multilevel approach Health Economics, 2022, vol.31, no. S1, pp.135-156
PONGIGLIONE B., Ploubidis G., Dowd J. B. Older adults in the US have worse cardiometabolic health compared to England The Journals of Gerontology: Series B, May, 2022, vol.77, no. Supplement_2, pp.167–176

Grants & Honors

Bradford-Hill Prize, Award for best PhD thesis relevant to methodological research in epidemiology or biostatistics - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine , 2018
Best poster award, Research Degree Students’ Poster Day, Faculty of Epidemiology and Population Health - London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine , 2016