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Scoping review on social care economic evaluation methods

Wednesday 29 November 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 150 written by Helen Weatherly, Rita Faria, Bernard Van den Berg, Mark Sculpher, Peter O’Neill, Kay Nolan, Julie Glanville, Jaana Isojarvi, Erin Baragula and Mary Edwards

Does hospital competition improve efficiency? The effect of the patient choice reform in England

Wednesday 15 November 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 149 written by Francesco Longo, Luigi Siciliani, Giuseppe Moscelli and Hugh Gravelle

Pricing implications of non-marginal budgetary impacts in health technology assessment: a conceptual model

Tuesday 14 November 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 148 written by Daniel Howdon and James Lomas

ISPOR 20th Annual European Congress

Wednesday 25 October 2017

Researchers from CHE are travelling to Glasgow with an exciting programme of short courses, issue panels, workshops, presentations and more.

Improving the diagnosis of prostate cancer

Thursday 21 September 2017

What is the best way to diagnose prostate cancer in the era of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI)?

CHE awarded major funding to tackle global health challenges

Friday 21 July 2017

Researchers from CHE have been awarded major grants from the Global Challenges Research Fund (GCRF) to tackle global health challenges

New recommendations on the use of alternative modelling approaches when evaluating cancer drugs

Monday 10 July 2017

CHE authors have contributed to new recommendations published by the NICE Decision Support Unit on the use of partitioned survival analysis and alternative modelling approaches in economic evaluations of cancer drugs

NHS health checks given a clean bill of health

Monday 3 July 2017

An assessment of the NHS Health Check programme has concluded it represents value for money by helping some patients lose weight and reduce their risk of future disease caused by obesity.

CHE wins grant from Health Foundation to examine efficiency, cost and quality of mental healthcare provision

Thursday 15 June 2017

CHE has been selected by the Health Foundation, an independent health care charity, to be part of its £1.5 million Efficiency Research Programme focussing on efficiency, cost and quality of mental healthcare provision.

Tory manifesto’s NHS and social care promises – do they add up?

Friday 26 May 2017

Andrew Street writes for The Conversation

CHE authors win "Outstanding Paper" in the 2017 Emerald Literati Awards for Excellence

Friday 19 May 2017

The paper “ Bridging the gap: The impact of quality of primary care on duration of hospital stay for people with dementia” published in the Journal of Integrated Care has been selected by the journal’s editorial team as the Outstanding Paper in the 2017 Emerald Literati Network Awards for Excellence

Fact Check: are there 6,500 more doctors and 15,000 more nurses since Jeremy Hunt became health secretary?

Thursday 11 May 2017

Andrew Street and Katja Grasic write for The Conversation

Annual Report 2016

Thursday 27 April 2017

Centre for Health Economics

Health care costs in the English NHS: reference tables for average annual NHS spend by age, sex and deprivation group

Friday 21 April 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 147 written by Miqdad Asaria

York Summer Workshops in Health Economic Evaluation

Thursday 20 April 2017

Successful for over 20 years, the York Summer Workshops are aimed at those involved in initiating, undertaking, managing or interpreting economic evaluations or quality of life assessments of medicines and other technologies within pharmaceutical and medical device companies, clinical and health services research and health care decision-making organisations.

Productivity of the English NHS: 2014/15 update

Tuesday 18 April 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 146 written by Chris Bojke, Adriana Castelli, Katja Grašič, Daniel Howdon, Idaira Rodriguez Santana and Andrew Street

New appointment for Gerry Richardson

Wednesday 5 April 2017

to the York Teaching Hospital NHS Foundation Trust Council of Governors

The effect of hospital ownership on quality of care: evidence from England

Wednesday 22 March 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 145 written by Giuseppe Moscelli, Hugh Gravelle, Luigi Siciliani and Nils Gutacker

Do hospitals respond to rivals’ quality and efficiency? a spatial econometrics approach

Thursday 9 March 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 144 written by Francesco Longo, Luigi Siciliani, Hugh Gravelle and Rita Santos

Expert Reaction: Cost of cancer drugs falling

Monday 6 March 2017

Professor Karl Claxton comments on the NICE review of cancer drug costs and its recommendations that two bowel cancer drugs should be used in routine care

Unequal lives: breaking the wealth-health link

Thursday 2 March 2017

Inaugural lecture by Richard Cookson, Professor of Health Economics, University of York

First do no harm – The impact of financial incentives on dental x-rays

Tuesday 28 February 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 143 written by Martin Chalkley and Stefan Listl

Will you feel better after surgery? Now you can find out using this online tool

Friday 10 February 2017

Andrew Street and Nils Gutacker write for The Conversation

The economics of health inequality in the English NHS – the long view

Monday 6 February 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 142 written by Miqdad Asaria

CHE to participate in a new EU H2020 IMI2 funded project aiming to identify faster, more effective and cost-effective care for patients with haematological malignancies

Tuesday 31 January 2017

Patients struggling with blood disorders may look forward to more rapid and efficient treatment from the outcomes of the HARMONY project, an initiative that aims to create a roadmap for better access and care for patients with various blood diseases with the use of big data.

Defining and measuring unmet need to guide healthcare funding: identifying and filling the gaps

Friday 20 January 2017

CHE's latest Research Paper 141 written by María José Aragón Aragón, Martin Chalkley and Maria Goddard

Is the crisis in the NHS as bad as the Red Cross says it is?

Wednesday 11 January 2017

Andrew Street, Judith Smith and Paula Lorgelly write for The Conversation