Health economics

The health economics teams are experts in looking at the efficiency, effectiveness and outcomes of healthcare to inform decision-making.

Theme lead: Professor Will Hollingworth

Team members

Carlos Sillero Rejon

Research Associate, Health Economics

Dr Hugh McLeod

Senior Lecturer in Health Economics
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Dr Tim Jones

Senior Research Associate, Quantitative Research/Health Economics

Gareth Myring

Research Associate, Health Economics

Professor Jo Coast

Professor in the Economics of Health and Care

Professor Will Hollingworth

Cross-cutting Methodological Theme Lead

Projects

Treating ankle fractures in older people: an analysis of the uptake of close contact casting

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Exploring trends in admissions and treatment for ankle fractures: a longitudinal cohort study of routinely collected hospital data in England

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Improving the quality of business cases in healthcare

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Developing a framework of quality indicators for healthcare business cases: a qualitative document analysis consolidating insight from expert guidance and current practice

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Evaluating BANES CCG ‘Getting Fit for Surgery’ policy

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Why we need to improve the evaluation of surgical procedures using shoulder surgery as an example

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ARC bite:

How shoulder surgery demonstrates the need to improve evaluation of surgical procedures

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Longitudinal study of use and cost of subacromial decompression surgery: the need for effective evaluation of surgical procedures to prevent overtreatment and wasted resources

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Using capability wellbeing measures to inform outcome-based commissioning at Gloucestershire CCG

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