More on Housing and Health (King’s Fund / New NHS Alliance / National Housing Federation)

Summary

The King’s Fund’s “Economics of Housing and Health” report, commissioned by the National Housing Federation and produced in cooperation with the New NHS Alliance, investigates the economic arguments for more integrated commissioning between the housing and health sectors, and makes the case for further collaborative working across these two sectors.

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Reference

Buck, D. Ross, S. [and] Simpson, M. (2016). The economics of housing and health: the role of housing associations. London: King’s Fund [and] New NHS Alliance, September 2016.

A Suite of Three Reports

The above document is one of three related reports, produced by the New NHS Alliance and the King’s Fund, on strengthening the potential connections between commissioning in housing and health.

One of these further report explains how the health sector uses evidence in decision-making:

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Reference

Buck, D. Ross, S. [and] Simpson, M. (2016). Health professionals’ attitudes to evidence and the influence it has on decision making. London: King’s Fund, National Housing Federation [and] New NHS Alliance, September 2016.

The other report explains how housing organisations can make their strongest business case when addressing potential health partners:

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Reference

Buck, D. Ross, S. [and] Simpson, M. (2016). Developing a business case for health: what does good look like? London: King’s Fund, National Housing Federation [and] New NHS Alliance, September 2016.

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