Danuta Pilecka, Polish economist. Achievements include development of several health care reform projects. Research grantee Margaret Thatcher Foundation, 1995; fellow Salzburg Seminar, 1995, 98. Member International Health Economic Association, Institute Public Relations.
Pilecka, Danuta was born on October 23, 1961 in Warsaw, Poland. Daughter of Jan Wiewiora and Bnonistawa Prygodaimska.
Bachelor in Management, University Malta, 1982. Certified in health economic, University Aberdeen, United Kingdom, 1986. Doctor of Philosophy, University Katowice, Poland, 1991.
Master of Science in Economic, Main School Planning and Statistics, Warsaw, Poland, 1998.
Health economist Main Hospital Warsaw, 1987-1988. Assistant professor Medical Center Postgraduate Studies, Warsaw, 1988-1989. Head international department Polish Medical Association, 1989-1991.
Consultant SmithKline Beecham Beecham, 1994-1997. Independent private consultant health economic, management, public relations. Consultant Polish House Parliament--Health Commission, Warsaw, since 1991, Minister of Health, Warsaw.
Achievements include development of several health care reform projects.
Author, public Forum Health Service Reforms, since 1993. Author numerous books. Contributor articles to professional journals.
Member International Health Economic Association, Institute Public Relations.