Updates to Public Health Outcomes Framework 2013 to 2016 (Department of Health)

Summary

The Public Health Outcomes Framework (PHOF), which outlines the desired outcomes for public health and how these are measured, has been updated. It concentrates on:

  • Increasing healthy life expectancy.
  • Reducing health inequalities and differences in life expectancy.
  • Reducing inequalities in the healthy life expectancy between communities.

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Reference

Public Health Outcomes Framework 2013 to 2016. London: Department of Health, June 5th 2014.

The new / updated document appears to be:

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Reference

Improving outcomes and supporting transparency: updates to PHOF: Summary of changes to technical specifications of public health indicators, June 2014. London: Department of Health, June 2014.

The exact details of all updates are itemised (by date) under the “Recent Updates” column heading on the dedicated Public Health England Public Health Outcomes Framework website.

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