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Dimitrios Fylatos

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Dimitrios Fylatos

Lancaster University

Faculty Of Health And Medicine



My Role

3rd Year PhD student at Lancaster University in Health Economics and Policy (HEP)

Ex - Student Representative for BL PhD students


I am currently a PhD Candidate at Lancaster University, where I embarked on my academic journey in October 2020. During my time at the university, I successfully completed the taught phase of the program with exceptional merit marks. My research focuses on an intriguing subject: exploring the preferences for complementary health insurance in Greece using a specialized methodology called Discrete Choice Experiment.

In addition to my studies, I hold a research associate position at the University of Pireus LabHEM. This role allows me to actively contribute to the academic community while expanding my expertise. Moreover, I work as a freelance consultant for MedTech start-ups, utilizing my knowledge and skills to assist these innovative companies.

My academic interests encompass a wide range of subjects within the field of economics, particularly in the applied microeconomics and microeconometrics domains. I have a strong passion for health economics and health insurance economics, as well as a keen interest in public health and policy. Additionally, I actively engage in the study of health measurement, striving to contribute to the improvement and understanding of various health indicators.

Professional Role

Business partner at Anaktisi Clinics company profile

Research Interests



BSc (Hons) in Physiotherapy at Queen Margaret University 

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

Current Research

- A rapid review of Discrete Choice Experiment Studies in Health insurance field: Past, Present and Future.

- Identification and prioritisation for attrbites for a Discrete Choice Experiment for complementary insurance in Greece using the Nominal Group Technique using Focus Groups.

- A Discrete Choice Experiment to elicit preferences, willigness to pay and demand for complementary health insurance among working age population in Greece

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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