Month

May 2019
Andi Orlowski, Deputy Director of Business Intelligence, explains why value isn’t about what you can measure, but what you should measure. Traditionally in the NHS we’re used to thinking of value as value for money. However, as we now look to address the wider determinants of health with an integrated system approach there are potentially...
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Read the full evaluation  Date of publication: November 2018 Key points This project was established to perform a preliminary investigation into the potential cost and resource impact of RD on the NHS, with a focus on the time period up to diagnosis, using reported real-world hospital datasets (HES data) in England. Acknowledgements:  The analysis was undertaken by...
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This week sees the first anniversary of the national PReCePT programme – aimed at reducing cerebral palsy in prematurely-born babies by giving magnesium sulphate (MgSO4) to the mother during labour. We take a look at how ICHP is working with maternity and neonatal to deliver PReCePT in NW London and reducing the risk to these...
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Our Business Intelligence team are showcasing their work at the world’s leading global conference for health economics and outcomes research. The International Society of Pricing and Outcomes Research’s conference (ISPOR 2019) held in New Orleans from May 18 to 22 and brings together over 4,000 patient representatives, healthcare leaders,  policy makers and researchers. ICHP’s Deputy...
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This week has seen people across the world (including our own Business Intelligence team) biting on slices of lemon and sharing the face-wrenching results on social media. But this isn’t a new fad diet, it’s part of a global effort during Heart Failure Awareness Week, to spread the message that ‘heart failure sucks‘. In this...
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