Autor

Nome:
Monica Duarte Oliveira
Habilitações:
Doutoramento: U London, Operational Research, 2003
Licenciatura: U Porto, 1997
e-mail:
monica.oliveira@ist.utl.pt
URL:
http://web.ist.utl.pt/monica.oliveira/
Centro FCT:
Centro de Estudos de Gestão do Instituto Superior Técnico (CEG-IST) (2015)
Instituição REBIDES:
Universidade de Lisboa - Instituto Superior Técnico (Alameda) (2015)
Ideas:
http://ideas.repec.org/e/pol94.html
Researcher id:
http://www.researcherid.com/rid/D-4996-2009
Artigos 8:

Modeling the Demand for Long-Term Care Services under Uncertain Information
Stefan Nickel, Monica Duarte Oliveira, Ana Barbosa-Povoa, Teresa Cardoso
Health Care Management Science, vol. 15, 2012, p. 385-412.

Organizing Hospitals into Networks: A Hierarchical and Multiservice Model to Define Location, Supply and Referrals in Planned Hospital Systems
Monica Duarte Oliveira, Ana Maria Mestre, Ana Barbosa-Povoa
Or Spectrum, vol. 34, 2012, p. 319-348.

Requisite Models for Strategic Commissioning: The Example of Type 1 Diabetes
Mara Airoldi, Gwyn Bevan, Alec Morton, Monica Duarte Oliveira, Jenifer Smith
Health Care Management Science, vol. 11, 2008, p. 89-110.

Modelling the Redistribution of Hospital Supply to Achieve Equity Taking Account of Patient s Behaviour
Monica Duarte Oliveira, Gwyn Bevan
Health Care Management Science, vol. 9, 2006, p. 19-30.

Health Care Reform in Portugal: An Evaluation of the NHS Experience
Monica Duarte Oliveira, Carlos Gouveia Pinto
Health Economics, vol. 14, 2005, p. 203-220.

Nondecision-making and Inertia in Portuguese Health Policy
Monica Duarte Oliveira, João Pereira, Jose M. Magone
Journal Of Health Politics, Policy And Law, vol. 30, 2005, p. 211-230.

Nondecision Making and Inertia in Portuguese Health Policy
Monica Duarte Oliveira, Jose M. Magone, João Pereira
Journal Of Health Politics, Policy And Law, vol. 30, 2005, p. 211-230.

Modelling Demand and Supply Influences on Utilization: A Flow Demand Model to Predict Hospital Utilization at the Small Area Level
Monica Duarte Oliveira
Applied Economics, vol. 36, 2004, p. 2237-2251.

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