Tag Archives: York Health Economics Consortium

More on the Avoidable Costs of Lifestyle Risk Factors (BBC News / PHE / Lancet)

Summary Public Health England (PHE) has estimated that health problems associated with unhealthy lifestyle practices – such as poor diet, obesity, physical inactivity, drinking and smoking – cost the NHS in England approximately £11 billion per year. A new approach … Continue reading

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Evaluation of Telecare for People with Dementia: the Renfrewshire Project (York Health Economics Consortium / Joint Improvement Team / and Scottish Centre for Telehealth & Telecare)

Summary A literature search had found little evidence about the benefits and cost-effectiveness of telecare for people with dementia, so the Joint Improvement Team and Scottish Centre for Telehealth and Telecare commissioned an evaluation of services delivered by Renfrewshire Community … Continue reading

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Elements of Care for Patients with a Diagnosis of Dementia (York Health Economics Consortium)

Summary This rapid review, dated 2009, examined systematic reviews, guidelines, primary studies and cost-effectiveness analyses for evidence concerning interventions for patients in acute care suffering from dementia. This horizon scanning study was performed at the very early stages, and before … Continue reading

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