Recent publications November 30, 2021
Publications are detailed on the publications page.
Recent publications include:
- Need, demand, supply in health care: working definitions, and their implications for defining access • Rodriguez Santana I, Mason A, Gutacker N, Kasteridis P, Santos R & Rice N. • Health Economics, Policy and Law 2021; 1–13. doi: 10.1017/S1744133121000293 • Download Publication.
- Incentives and Deterrents to the Supply of Long-term Care for the Elderly in England: Evidence and Experience in Two Local Authorities • Allan S & Darton R • Social Policy and Society 2021; 1-12. doi: 10.1017/S1474746421000403 • Download Publication.
- Extra Care Housing: The Current State of Research and Prospects for the Future • Darton R • Social Policy and Society 2021; 1-12. doi: 10.1017/S1474746421000683 • Download Publication.
Recent presentations November 22, 2021
Recent presentations made by the ESHCRU II team include:
- Paying for health gains Siciliani, L • Presentation to Faculti, November 2021.
- Drivers of excess mortality at home during the COVID-19 pandemic Arabadzhyan, A; Grasic, K; Sivey, P • Presentation to the Department of Health & Social Care, November 2021.
Update to PPI technical corner November 22, 2021
Dissemination update September 1, 2021
Using hip and knee replacements as examples, this new research report from ESHCRU II describes how a payment method based on contract theory can be used to reward providers for delivering health gains. The work, led by Professor Luigi Siciliani, has already attracted interest from policy makers.
Paying For Health Gains • Siciliani L, Gaughan J, Gutacker N, Gravelle H, Chalkley M • CHE Research Paper 183 • Download Publication
A full list of publications emerging from the old and new ESHCRU programmes is available on our website.
Dr Rita Santos has been invited to deliver a keynote lecture on ‘Characterising end of life healthcare expenditure’ at the Health and Aging: the Sustainability and Equity Trade off
2nd Workshop APHEC, Genova, September 10-11, 2021. The talk draws on research conducted under the Drivers of Demand project, led by Professor Nigel Rice.
PPI training September 1, 2021
In July, Professor Karen Bloor gave an introductory session to Health Economics for our PPIE members. The session was in three parts:
- The nature of economics and health economics, referencing the Williams’ ‘plumbing diagram.
- How we can tell what works in health policy.
- Informing policy with economics research.
We hope to make the talk available on the university’s YouTube channel in due course.
Revised PPIE Strategy May 26, 2021
ESHCRU II’s Patient and Public Involvement and Engagement Strategy has been revised and is now available to view on our PPI page. The strategy was co-produced by the ESHCRU II Management Team and PPI members of ESHCRU II’s advisory groups. Many thanks to our PPI co-authors for all their invaluable contributions to the strategy.
New publication May 26, 2021
Hospital competition and quality for non-emergency patients in the English NHS • Moscelli, G, Gravelle, H Siciliani, L • The RAND Journal of Economics. 2021; 1- 33. https://doi.org/10.1111 • Download Publication
Recent presentations May 25, 2021
Here are two recent presentations made by the ESHCRU II team:
- Publicly funded hospital care: expenditure growth and its determinants Rice, N & Aragon Aragon, MJM • Presentation to the Health Foundation, March 2021.
- Do small hospitals have lower quality: Evidence from the English NHS Gaughan J• Presentation to Faculti, April 2021.
Recent publication May 25, 2021
Publications are detailed on the publications page.
Please see the recently published paper on unmet social care needs in England.
Unmet social care needs in England: a scoping study for evaluating support models for older people with low and moderate needs Fernandez JL, Malley J, Marczak J, Snell T, Wittenberg R, King D and Wistow G • CPEC Working Paper 6 • Download Publication
COVID-19 Update February 12, 2021
The ESHCRU team in York and at the LSE continue to work from home due to COVID19 and will do so for the foreseeable future.
Many are working flexibly to accommodate additional childcare responsibilities. We are fortunate that much of our work is desk-based and relies on remote access to secure datasets. We are therefore progressing our core work as much as possible but also responding to COVID19-related requests from the Department of Health and Social Care.
If you’d like to get in touch with us, please email Louise Campbell on email@example.com and we’ll get back to you as soon as we can.
Recent publications February 18, 2021
Publications are detailed on the publications page. Recently published papers from ESHCRU I include :
- Investigating the relationship between social care supply and healthcare utilisation by older people in England.
- Care home markets in England: changes over time and impact of local authority expenditure on supply.
- Cross-Cultural Comparison of the Impact of Housing Modification/Adaptation for Supporting Older People at Home: An Introduction.
- Reflections on Cross-Cultural Comparison of the Impact of Housing Modification/Adaptation for Supporting Older People at Home: A Discussion.
- Do small hospitals have lower quality? Evidence from the English NHS.
- Impact of primary care funding on patient satisfaction: a retrospective longitudinal study of English general practice, 2013–2016.
- Publicly funded hospital care: expenditure growth and its determinants.
HESG conference, 6-8 January 2021 February 18, 2021
Two ESHCRU papers were discussed at the winter HESG conference which was held at The London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine on 6-8 January 2021.
- Characterising end of life health care expenditure. Kasteridis P, Rice N, Santos R.
- Primary care mortality and the impact of funding: a national longitudinal study 2013 -2016. L’Esperance V, Ashworth M, Schofield P, Gravelle H.
ESHCRU Website refresh May 26, 2020
Our website has been refreshed. Many thanks to our PPI reviewers for their invaluable suggestions and feedback which have greatly improved the layout and content of the site.
New publication May 26, 2020
Why are there long waits at English emergency departments? • Gaughan J, Kasteridis P, Mason A, Street A • European Journal of Health Economics 21, 209–218 (2020) • Download Publication