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Department of Health Care Management

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Yuping Wen

 

Name
Yuping Wen
Academic Positions
Assistant Professor
Tel
886-3-211-8800 ext 5665
Fax
886-3-211-8345
E-mail
  Education
1997 Doctor of Philosophy, University of Wisconsin, Madison
                         Major Fields: Public Economics, Health Economics
                         Minor Fields: Econometrics, Mathematical Economics
1989 Master of Science in Economics, University of Wisconsin, Madison
 
1987 Bachelor of Arts in Economics, National Taiwan University
  Fellowships and Awards
1992-1997 Marie Christine Kohler Fellowship
 
This is an unique program at the University of Wisconsin, Madison. Each year, 12 graduate students from various disciplines were chosen to live in a beautiful historical site of the old governor’s mansion built in 1885. The purposes of the program are to encourage the exchange of ideas across disciplines and to strengthen the leadership of the students. The fellowship is offered in form of free rooms.
  Professional Experiences
1997.09 - present Assistant Professor, Department and Graduate Institute of  Health Care Management, Chang-Gung University
1997.06 - 1997.07 Visiting Scholar, Department of Economics, Chulalongkorn University
  Professional Affiliations

Taiwan Society of Health Economics
International Health Economics Association
American Health Economics Association

  Professional Activities
1.      Wen, Yu-Ping. Economic incentives and physician distribution: A case of traditional Chinese medicine. International Health Economics Association, 5th World Conference, Barcelona, 2005.
2.      Wen, Yu_Ping, Lin, Kuan-Ling, and Hsieh, Tsang-Tang. Factors Associated with Cesarean Section: Mothers’ Working Status versus Physicians’ Decision. A 10-year Longitudinal Analysis. The 4th Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, 2005.
3.      Wen, Yuping, Ya-Seng Hsueh, and Ching-Feng Chiang. Physician Reimbursement in vertically integrated health care systems— A case of Taiwan. Accepted by the International Health Economics Association, 4thd World Conference, San Francisco, 2003.
4.      Wen, Yuping, Ya-Seng Hsueh, and Ching-Feng Chiang. Physician salary designs in Taiwan. The Hospital Industry Conference, Taipei, 2002.
5.      Wen,Yuping and Tony Chiang. Market competition, provider characteristics, and insurance revenue. The 6th Economic Development Conference, Taipei, 2002.
6.      Wen, Yuping and Shiow-Ying Wen. Hospital response to Case Payment. International Health Economics Association, 2nd World Conference, Rotterdam, 1999.
7.      Wen, Yuping and Shiow-Ying Wen.   Hospital response to Case Payment: Care-shifting from regulated to non-regulated section. Taipei International Conference on Health Economics, Taipei, 1999.
  Publications
1.
Yu-Ping Wen, Mei-Ling Sheu. A Cost-Benefit Analysis on Preventive Care: The Case of Breast Cancer Screening. Taiwan Journal of Public Health, 2005;24(6):519:528. (TSSCI)
2. Yu-Ping Wen. The Effects of Global Budget System on Local Traditional Medical Markets. Yearbook of Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy, 2005; 23:(3):363-406。
3.
Yu-Ping Wen, Tung-Liang Chiang. Issues on using the basic files of the National Health Insurance research database. Taiwan Journal of Public Health, 2002;21(2):150-155. (TSSCI)
4. Han-Fei Yang, Yu-Ping Wen. Changes of private western clinics’ group practices in Taiwan: 1998 and 2003年. Taiwan Journal of Public Health, 2007;26(2):161-168. (TSSCI)
5. Jui-Fen Rachel Lu, Yu-Ping Wen. A comparative analysis of healthcare industry databanks in Taiwan. Survey Research, 2003;14:113-132.
6. Men-Chu Lin, Yu-Ming Shen, Yu-Ping Wen, Lai-Chu See. Comparing Medical Utilization among Different Payment Systems—An Example of Appendectomy. Journal of Healthcare Management, 2006;7(3):306-322.
7. Yu-Ping Wen, Shiow-Ying Wen. Do Closed-system Hospitals Shift Care under Prospective Payment? Early Experience from Five Surgeries in Taiwan. Chang Gung Medical Journal 2008;31(1):91-101. NSC 89-2415-H-182-004.
8. Shiow-Ying Wen, Yu-Ping Wen. Compensation Management Strategy under Alternative Payment Schemes: A Case from an Integrated Hospital Organization. International Journal of Business and Strategy, 2007;8(1):119-129.
 
  Book Chapters
Mei-Ling Sheu, Yu-Ping Wen (2004). A Reform Blueprint for the National Health Insurance Preventive Care Resource Allocation. In Mei-Shu Lai ed., Allocation and Appropriate Utilization of Health Care Resources of National Helath Insurance, first edition, pp. 210-59. Taipei, Department of Health, Executive Yuan.
  Teaching case
Yu-Ping Wen (2008).A Case Study of the Chang Gung Memorial Hospital’s Traditional Chinese Medicine Inpatient Services. In Oliver H.M. Yau, Chin-Horng Chan eds, Case Studies of the Formosa Plastics Group volume 2, first edition, pp. 58-77. Taipei, Yuan-Liou Publishing Co.
  Conference Papers
1.      Does Joining Group Practice Increase Physicians’ Insurance Revenue? The International Health Economics Association, 7th World Conference, Beijing, July 2009.
2.      Wen, Yu-Ping. Group Practice and Physician Practice Income: Who Join Group Practice? American Society of Health Economists (ASHE), 2nd Biennial Conference, Durham, July 2008.
3.      Wen, Yu-Ping. Group Practice in Taiwan: Geographic Distribution and Scale. The International Health Economics Association, 6th World Conference, Copenhagen, July 2007.
4.      Wen, Yu-Ping. Economic Incentives and Physician Distribution: A Case of Traditional Chinese Medicine. The International Health Economics Association, 5th World Conference, Barcelona, July 2005.
5.      Wen, Yu_Ping, Lin, Kuan-Ling, and Hsieh, Tsang-Tang. Factors Associated with Cesarean Section: Mothers’ Working Status versus Physicians’ Decision. A 10-year Longitudinal Analysis. The 4th Global Conference on Business and Economics, Cambridge, May 2005.
6.      Wen, Yuping, Ya-Seng Hsueh, and Ching-Feng Chiang. 2001, “Physician Reimbursement in Vertically Integrated Health Care Systems—A Survey of Taiwan”. Accepted by the International Health Economics Association, 3rd World Conference.
7.      Wen, Yuping and Shiow-Ying Wen. 1999, “Hospital Response to Case Payment”. Presented in the International Health Economics Association, 2nd World Conference.
8.      Wen, Yuping and Shiow-Ying Wen. “Hospital Response to Case Payment: Care-Shifting from Regulated to Non-Regulated Section?” 1999, Taipei International Conference on Health Economics.
  Research Reports
1. Does the Decision Joining Group Practice Increase Physicians’ Insurance Revenue? National Science Council, NSC 97-2710-H-182-003, 2008.
2. Women’s Choices of Marriage, Birth-Giving, and Old-Age-Living in Taiwan National Science Council, NSC 95-2745-H-182-004-HPU, 2007.
3. Women’s Choices of Marriage, Birth-Giving, and Old-Age-Living in Taiwan National Science Council, NSC 95-2745-H-182-004-HPU, 2006.
4. Clinical Pathways and Cost-Benefit Appraisals of the Traditional Chinese Medicine: The Cases of Asthma, Stroke, and Cerebral Palsy. Committee on Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy, Department of Health, Executive Yuan, CCMP96-RD-101 2007.
5. Clinical Pathways and Cost-Benefit Appraisals of the Traditional Chinese Medicine: The Cases of Asthma, Stroke, and Cerebral Palsy. Committee on Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy, Department of Health, Executive Yuan, CCMP95-RD-035, 2006.
6. A Study on contemporary management case-writing and teaching: How health care industry responded to the National Health Insurance policy. Department of Education, EARPD2C3A, 2004.
7. The Effects of Global Budget System on Local Traditional Medical Markets Committee on Chinese Medicine and Pharmacy, Department of Health, Executive Yuan, CCMP93-RD-023, 2004.
8. A Study on contemporary management case-writing and teaching: How health care industry responded to the National Health Insurance policy. Department of Education, EARPD2C3A, 2003.
9. Performance Appraisal of Dental and Chinese Medical Care under Global Budget. Depart of Health, DOH91-CA-1001, 2002.
10. The  Cost and Effectiveness of Preventive Medicine in the National Health Insurance. Executive Yuan, 2002.
11. The  Effects of Quantity Supply of Physicians and Hospitals on Insurance Reimbursement. Department of Health, DOH-CA-1003, 2001.
12. Physician Fees and Hospital Response to Case Payment. National Science Council, NSC 89-2415-H-182-004, 2000.
13. Physician Fees and Hospital Response to Case Payment. National Science Council, NSC 89-2415-H-182-002, 1999.
14. Persistent Medical Utilization of the Medicare Elderly: Health or Preference? National Science Council, NSC 88-2415-H-182-001, 1998.
  Doctoral Dissertation
Persistent Medicare Utilization of the Newly Retired Elderly.
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