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  • Economics of Prevention - ScotPHN
    growing demand for health economics input There is interest for example on the part of Scottish Government NHS boards and COSLA in understanding which preventative public health policies and programmes represent the best use of resources There is also interest in understanding whether and how prevention can free up resources by reducing demands on health and other public services However the economic analysis of preventative public health policies and programmes presents particular challenges As a result to date the application of those methods to public health interventions has been limited and the economics evidence base remains underdeveloped Through HENS we therefore wanted to do four things in relation to the economics of prevention identify robust evidence on the economics of preventive public health interventions share information on approaches to carrying out economic analysis of preventive public health interventions that address the challenges identified in the literature share experiences of ways of disseminating results of such analyses that have been effective in influencing policy and practice reach beyond the health sector and encourage use of health economics among non health sector partners whose actions influence population health and health inequalities These activites include collaborative workshops with What Works Scotland on translating

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  • Programme Budgeting and Marginal Analysis - ScotPHN
    the costs and benefits of alternative courses of action It can enable Health and Social Care Partnerships to identify the potential effect of shifting patterns of investment and disinvestment within and between programmes of activity in terms of outcomes for patients and service users and effective resource use The aim of this pilot project was to work with three Partnerships to develop a PBMA approach suitable for use in integrated

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