4 July 2022

ScHARR's Communicable Research - Episode 11 - Health inequalities

To what extent are decision-makers and economic evaluations on the same page? Greg Fell talks to Seb Hinde and Dr Matt Franklin.

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In this episode, Seb Hinde (Health Economist, University of York) and Matt Franklin (Health Economist, University of Sheffield) discuss with Greg Fell (Director of Public Health, Sheffield) the extent to which decision-makers and economic evaluation frameworks are "on the same page" when it comes to defining and quantifying health inequalities to help inform the commissioning of care services regionally, with a focus on the current care commissioning landscape across health and adult social care within England.

The discussion is based on a forthcoming paper titled "Health inequalities: to what extent are decision-makers and economic evaluations on the same page? An English case study"  published within Applied Health Economics and Health Policy, and presented at the HSR UK and EuHEA 2022 conferences.

Further reading

Hinde, S., Howdon, D., Lomas, J. et al. Health Inequalities: To What Extent are Decision-Makers and Economic Evaluations on the Same Page? An English Case Study. Appl Health Econ Health Policy (2022).

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