Professor of Health Services Research in Primary Care (W2)
Education 1995-2000 University of Dresden and Regensburg, Germany, Study of Sociology 2004 Dr. phil. 2013 Habilitation at the Department of General Practice and Health Services Research, University of Heidelberg, Venia Legendi for Health Services Research
Professional Experience since 2015 Deputy Head and research coordinator at the Institute of Family Medicine, University Hospital Schleswig-Holstein, Campus Lübeck 2008-2015 Researcher at the Department of General Practice and Health Services Research, University Heidelberg 2008-2009 Researcher at the Department of Clinical Epidemiology and Ageing research at the German Cancer Research Center, Heidelberg 2000-2007 Researcher at the Institute of Medical Sociology at the University of Regensburg
After the study of Sociology Prof. Götz chose to pursue research in the field of medical sociology and health services research. The focus is on the evaluation of innovative health care models in ambulatory care and their impact on quality of care for specific patient groups like geriatric patients and mental ill patients.
Evaluation of health care models to strengthen ambulatory care and to optimize health care for specific groups of patients by the usage of different methods from social science like mixed methods, qualitative and quantitative research methods.
Goetz K, Jossen M, Rosemann T, Hess S, Brodowski M, Bezzola P: Is patient loyalty associated with quality of care? Results of a patient survey over primary care in Swit- zerland. Int J Qual Health Care. 2019 Apr 1;31(3):199-204.
Magez J, Ruppert D, Valentini J, Stegbauer C, Götz K. „Die Krücke steht in der Ecke…“ – Erfahrungen psychisch kranker Menschen in einem Versorgungsmodell der ambulanten sektorenübergreifenden vernetzten Versorgung. Eine qualitative Studie. Psychiatr Prax 2018; 45(07): 359-366
Goetz K, Kleine-Budde K, Bramesfeld A, Stegbauer C. Working atmosphere, job sat- isfaction and individual characteristics of community mental health professionals in in- tegrated care. Health Soc Care Community. 2018 Mar;26(2):176-181.
Ruppert D, Stegbauer C, Bramesfeld A, Bestmann B, Szecsenyi J, Götz K. ‘Die Hoff- nung stirbt zuletzt’ – Sektorenübergreifende Kooperation in der Integrierten Versor- gung. Eine qualitative Studie. Psychiatr Prax 2017; 44(03): 134-140
Valentini J, Ruppert D, Magez J, Stegbauer C, Bramesfeld A, Goetz K. Integrated care in German mental health services as benefit for relatives – a qualitative study. BMC Psychiatry 2016; 16: 48
Prof. Götz is deputy speaker of Center of Population Medicine and Healthcare Research at the University of Lübeck and responsible for the working group of health services research at the German Society of Medical Sociology. Furthermore, she is a member of the Center for Open Innovation in Connected Health at the University of Lübeck. She served as a PI in the large project RubiN and designed, conceptualized and performed the qualitative part of the evaluation of this innovative health care model for geriatric patients. This project is funded by Federal Joint Committee (Grant no: 01NVF17029). Moreover, Prof. Götz hold a strong collaboration to the Scientific Institute of Private Insurance (WIP).