Callea Giuditta is Associate Professor of Practice of Government, Health and Not For Profit at SDA Bocconi School of Management.
Her collaboration with SDA Bocconi began in2012. She coordinated important national and international research projects. her projects have been founded by external sources, both public and private. She was also part of the research team for other projects. She coordinated several training activities for important companies operating in the medical devices industry and has been teaching in numerous executive courses.
Her research activities focus on economic evaluation and Health Technology Assessment of medical devices, incentives of Prospective Payment Systems, funding and reimbursement of medical technologies, patient classification systems, procurement of medical technologies, determinants of adoption and diffusion of new medical technologies, and traceability of new medical technologies in administrative databases. She has always dealt with systems of governance for new technologies introduction. More recently, she has been carrying out and is still involved in researches on the impact of centralized procurement of medical goods and services, whose results have been published at the international and national level.
Author of several papers on leading international and national journals such as Social Science and Medicine, Health Economics, Economic Modelling, Empirical Economics, Journal of Medical Marketing, Journal of Comparative Effectiveness Research, EuroIntervention, Hepato-Pancreato Biliary, Mecosan. Her article “The effects of upcoding, cream skimming and readmissions on the efficiency of Italian hospitals: a Population–based Investigation” (coaut. P. Berta, G. Vittadini, G. Martni) was awarded the Fabio Gobbo Best Paper Award from the Italian Society of Industrial Economics and Politics. She is the coordinatoor of the Cergas-SDA Bocconi Observatory on Public Procurement Management in Health Care. She Topic Editor of the journal Clinical Therapeutics, area Pharmacoeconomics, Outcomes, and Health Policy.
Giuditta earned a Degree in Management Engineering from the University of Brescia and a Ph.D. in Economics and Technology Management from the University of Bergamo.