Patrizio Armeni is Associate Professor of Practice of Government, Health and Not for Profit at SDA Bocconi School of Management.
Patrizio’s collaboration with SDA Bocconi started in 2009. He has gradually widened his scope of research and teaching, starting from the Pharmaceutical Observatory and including, over time, other research areas realted to public management, with a particular focus on the healthcare sector. The knowledge of healthcare organizations has awakened his interest in studying organizational behaviors of individuals and teams and made him adopt in leadership classes an educational approach based on daily practice of ethical principles in the workplace.
He has directed a number of courses for employees of companies from the pharmaceutical and medical device sector and several sponsored educational programs dedicated to physicians and other healthcare and public sector professionals.
He supervises a category of open market courses including programs dedicated to the interaction between the national health service and technology providers (pharma, medical device, services).
His teaching also includes «Public Management» at the undergraduate school, «Innovation and competition in life science» at the graduate school, and several courses on national and international master programs: «Economics of healthcare organizations», «Pharmaceutical policy», «Economic Evaluations» and «Evidence-based health policy evaluation», «Policy Evaluation».
He coordinates the research area «Health Economics & HTA» at CERGAS. His current research activity is focused on three themes: 1) economic evaluations of healthcare technologies (cost-effectiveness, cost-utilicy and budget impact analysis) and related methodological development founded on the pillar of value-based healthcare; 2) analysis and support to policymakers for public policy design and implementation; 3) analysis of health technology markets in terms of performance, innovation and reaction to public policies. He published several articles on international peer-reviewed journals and is author of a number of chapters in monographic works. Since 2009 he authors the chapter on healthcare expenditure on the OASI report, the most important Italian annual publication on the issues related to the healthcare system.
Patrizio’s activity in the production and diffusion of knowledge is coupled with frequent participation as speaker to international and national congresses and conferences. As an expert, he is often involved in advisory boards for companies operating in the pharmaceutical / medical devices industry. He also writes for specialized newspapers and has been repeatedly interviewed by national broadcasting services.
He holds a PhD in Business Administration and Management from Università Bocconi, with a dissertation focused on the consequences of emotional (positive and negative) relationships among colleagues in the workplace. He obtained a MSc in Economics and Finance (Luiss Univeristy, Rome) and a BSc in Economics and Management of Services (Luiss University, Rome).
-Management of primary care services