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Dimitrios Fylatos

Lancaster University

Faculty Of Health And Medicine



My Role

1st Year PhD student at Lancaster University in Health Economics and Policy (HEP)


I am a PhD Candidate at Lancaster University since Octomber 2020. My PhD project focuses on the interruption of Greek NHS. My interests are in applied microeconomics, microeconometrics, health economics, public health and policy, and health measurement.

Professional Role

i'm working as autonomous Advanced Practice Physiotherapist (APP) and as rehabilitation manager  and external executive business advisor in the healthcare industry collaborating with health businesses in Europe and Middle east (UAE).

Research Interests

Population health;Health Economics'Health Inequalities;Public Policy Evaluation
Labour Economics; Health technology assessment, Market Access



BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy at Queen Margaret University 

MSc in Advancing Practice Physiotherapy (Neuromusculoskeletal Specialist) at Queen Margaret University

Current Research

My current research focuses on understanding the interruption of Greek NHS. I'm interested in what are the power relations in Health Policy implementation in Greece by also investigating the perceptions and experiences of healthcare professionals and key policy actors from general political sphere and Health Policy subsystem. Furthermore I'm interested in different payment methods. Specificaly I would like to introduce a new model of healthcare payment system in Greece incoporating Global payment and Fee for Service. It will be also crucial to search if this system it is able to reinforce specific issues such as clawback policy. Finally I would like to quantify the effects of population aging in Greece based on the general Equilibrium Analysis model calibrated to match current Greek data.

Additional Information

  • Member of The Chartered Society of Physiotherapy (CSP) - 103508 -
  • Registerd Physiotherapist in UK (HCPC) -PH113504-
  • Member of UK Health Economists Study Group (HESG)


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