Rationing in health care: The theory and practice of priority setting

Rationing in health care: The theory and practice of priority setting

By: Suzanne Robinson (author), Iestyn Williams (author), Helen Dickinson (author)Hardback

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Description

The challenges faced by those rationing scarce health care resources have intensified following the economic downturn. This book tackles this challenge by exploring the latest thinking and practice on priority setting methods. In an accessible style the book brings together theories, practice and evidence from a wide range of disciplines and provides practical, evidence-based prescriptions for decision makers. It will be of interest to all health care managers and students of health care policy and management.

About Author

Iestyn Williams is a Lecturer at the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham and specialises in priority setting and rationing in health care. Suzanne Robinson is a Lecturer at the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham with expertise in health economics and rationing. Helen Dickinson is a Lecturer at the Health Services Management Centre, University of Birmingham and is a leading commentator in the areas of rationing, leadership and interagency collaboration.

Contents

Foreword by Chris Ham; Introduction; The ethics of priority setting; Public participation in priority setting; Priority setting and economic evaluation; Multi criteria decision analysis and priority setting processes; The politics of priority setting; Leadership in priority setting; Disinvestment as a priority setting case study; Conclusions and key lessons.

Product Details

  • ISBN13: 9781847427755
  • Format: Hardback
  • Number Of Pages: 176
  • ID: 9781847427755
  • ISBN10: 1847427758

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