2 edition of NHS resource allocation review. found in the catalog.
NHS resource allocation review.
Great Britain. National Assembly for Wales. National Steering Group on the Allocation of NHS Resources.
by National Assembly for Wales = Cynulliad Cenedlaethol Cymru in Cardiff
Written in English
Cover title: Targeting poor health.
|Other titles||Targeting poor health.|
|Statement||Professor Townsend"s report of the Welsh Assembly"s National Steering Group on the Allocation of NHS Resources.|
|Contributions||Townsend, Peter, 1928-|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||118|
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Fair resource allocation relies on the determination of an equitable and efficient trade-off, and is a focus of welfare economics. This trade-off can be long term, that is a tradeoff between current and future generations, or it can be in the shorter term, between those requiring healthcare at a given point in time. The concern of all. Pages in category "National Health Service" The following 80 pages are in this category, out of 80 total. This list may not reflect recent changes ().
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Objective To investigate whether the policy of increasing National Health Service funding to a greater extent in deprived areas in England compared with more affluent areas led to a reduction in geographical inequalities in mortality amenable to healthcare.
Design Longitudinal ecological study. Setting lower tier local authorities in England, classified by their baseline Cited by: The fundamental review of resource allocation announced by the NHS Commissioning Board (now NHS England) must be given sufficient scope and resources to be just that.
It must address some critical questions: is a formula-based approach to health resource allocation in England still appropriate. The medicalisation of health inequalities and the English NHS: the role of resource allocation - Volume 8 Issue 2 - Sheena Asthana, Alex Gibson, Joyce Halliday (NHS): a scoping review of the literature.
Health & Social Care in the Community, Vol. 26, Issue. 3, p. ‘Exposition Book –10 and –11’, Cited by: 2 Resource allocation methods in the British National Health Service.
The British National Health Service (NHS) provides an insightful case study of how priority setting in health care evolved through the interplay of scientific advancements, culture changes and by: Trend in NHS resource allocation and inequalities in mortality amenable to healthcare.
The allocation of NHS resources increased in real terms in the most deprived areas: by £ (€; $)/head, from £/head in to £/head inrepresenting an 81% by: Because the context of this book is resource allocation in the United Kingdom, particular reference is made to the "crisis" in the National Health Service (NHS) and to the increasing number of complaints about equity, comprehensiveness of access, failures of care, and other concerns.
It first considers the way in which NHS services are commissioned. Secondly, it covers the issue of resource allocation or rationing. It examines different rationing strategies, and considers the role of the National Institute of Health and Care Excellence, and the use of judicial review to challenge funding decisions.
Gareth Millward is a research fellow in the Centre for History in Public Health at the London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine. His research focuses on British health policy since World War II.
His PhD thesis explored how disability policy was constructed in the United Kingdom between andand he is currently writing a monograph on the place of the Cited by: 3. All books in this flagship series contain carefully selected substantial extracts from key cases, legislation, and academic debate, providing able students with a stand-alone resource.
This chapter examines the provision of health care services. It first considers the way in which NHS services are commissioned. Secondly, it covers the issue of resource allocation or rationing. This paper examines the law relating to healthcare resource allocation in England.
The National Health Service (NHS) Act does not impose an absolute duty to. For all of us involved in NHS decision making about resource allocation and use (and that means all doctors, and most managers, and most DH civil servants) this book is a rich source for understanding and insight/5(3).
he stated in his book, there is ‘no simple solution’ (p1) and sincewithin a climate of public-service austerity, these decisions have become even more difficult. Newdick’s research into the procedural realities of NHS resource allocation and the role of the actors.
Inescapably, whether the question is determined by the individuals or for the individuals by the government, the issue of how health care resources should be allocated involves judgment.
This chapter discusses the ways in which that judgment should be exercised. It explores a number of ideas and principles under which those matters might be managed and resolved.
The purpose of this book is to provide both an ethical critique of prevailing approaches to health care allocation and to identify the basic ethical framework of moral principles that should govern the just allocation of health care resources.
The authors make it clear that this work is not a blueprint for resource allocation. Medical Law: Text, Cases, and Materials offers all of the explanation, commentary, and extracts from cases and key materials that students need to gain a thorough understanding of this complex topic.
Key case extracts provide the legal context, facts, and background; extracts from materials provide differing ethical perspectives and outline current debates; and the author's insightful. Currently, NHS dental budgets are set regionally, but the funding arrangements often maintain historic allocations, partly due to lack of resources to review current allocations.
Problems of resource allocation --Principles of resource allocation --Managing resources in the NHS --Organisation of the NHS --Priority setting, patients' rights and judicial review --Standards of care and medical negligence --Liability of health authorities and government --NHS governance and accountability --NHS care outside the NHS.
He describes the current structure of the NHS in some detail, identifying the scope of the different powers that lie with different tiers or centres of decision making and the role these have in resource allocation. The bulk of the book is then devoted in turn to the analysis of review by the courts of administrative decisions relating to the Author: R E Ashcroft.
NHS England has been set up at arm’s length from the Department of Health to determine each body’s allocation. The King’s Fund calls for a strategic and long-term assessment of the aims and methods of NHS resource allocation. It welcomes NHS England’s review of allocation, announced in December, as a first step.
Christopher Newdick, Oxford: Published by Oxford University Press,£ (paperback), ISBN (hardback). X (paperback) When the first edition of the book Who should we treat?
Rights, rationing and resources in the NHS was published init immediately became the standard reference on the law of the National Author: R E Ashcroft.Providing an authoritative and accessible overview of the new NHS, the book describes: the structures and Dr Alison Talbot-Smith, an experienced doctor and researcher, and Professor Allyson M.
Pollock, one of the UKs leading authorities on the NHS, give a lucid and incisive account of the new NHS which has emerged from a far-reaching programme /5.Resource Allocation: Weighted Capitation Formula (c) distances from targets (DFTs) – which are the differences between (a) and (b) above.
If (a) is greater than (b), a PCT is said to be under target. If (a) is smaller than (b), a PCT is said to be over target (d) pace of change policy which determines actual allocations. PCTs do notFile Size: 1MB.