Tag Archives: Centre for Health Economics

On the Influence of Primary Care Quality Upon Hospital Admissions by People with Dementia in England: Exploring the Limits of Intervention (CHE / PloS One / BMJ / JGCR / BMJ Open)

Summary A recent study by the Centre for Health Economics (CHE) found that GP practices which review their dementia patients as part of Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) tend to have relatively fewer emergency hospital admissions by persons with dementia. … Continue reading

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Models of Individual Patient Hospital Expenditure for General Practice Budgets (Centre for Health Economics, University of York)

Summary The NHS has a system of budgets for general practices to cover hospital expenditure for their patients. This report models individual expenditure using diagnostic information from previous hospital spells, plus a large set of variables measuring population, general practice, and … Continue reading

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