SERGIO BAUTISTA-ARREDONDO, MSc


Director of the Division of Health Economics and Health Systems Innovations at the National Institute of Public Health of México (INSP) and the President and CEO of the Research Consortium on HIV/AIDS and TB (CISIDAT).

Education:

  • MSc Health Economics, Center for Research and Teaching in Economics (CIDE).
  • BS Economics, UAM.

Biography: Sergio Bautista-Arredondo is currently the Director of the Division of Health Economics and Health Systems Innovations at the National Institute of Public Health of México (INSP) and the President and CEO of the Research Consortium on HIV/AIDS and TB (CISIDAT).

He is a health economist with more than 15 years of experience working on public health research applying tools and theory from Economics. His research has a strong focus on implementation science, through impact evaluations, economic evaluations, and technical efficiency analyses of health care and prevention programs. Sergio Bautista is also leading and collaborating in research projects designing and evaluating novel interventions based on behavioral economics to motivate better performance of health providers as well as health-seeking and preventive behavior of different populations. Mr. Bautista’s teaching experience includes Microeconomic Theory, Economic Evaluation, and Methods for Impact Evaluation, both in postgraduate programs at INSP and in international short courses and workshops. Mr. Bautista is a member of Mexico’s National Research System (SNI-2) of the National Council of Science and Technology, a prestigious academic honor in Mexico.

RSS Publications (Pubmed)