clinical effectiveness

clinical effectiveness

A UK term for the degree to which a particular health care intervention does more good than harm. Clinical effectiveness is a process measured by the number of lives saved, or by improvements of objective parameters of a morbid condition—e.g., lowering cholesterol or blood pressure in a patient with heart disease. Clinical effectiveness aims to provide the best care using various methods including clinical audit and evidence-based practice. In contrast, clinical efficiency assesses the cost of saving each life.
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Celia Ingham Clark, medical director for clinical effectiveness at NHS England and NHS Improvement, said: "Sepsis is an extremely serious condition, but as part of the NHS Long Term Plan we have made huge improvements in spotting and treating it quickly, with more than nine in 10 people getting the checks they need.
We are therefore pleased to be able to use the flexibility provided by the Cancer Drugs Fund to recommend it while further data on its clinical effectiveness is collected.'
The Institute for Clinical and Economic Review (ICER), an independent non-profit organization, released its draft evidence report regarding clinical effectiveness and economic impacts of Vascepa on July 24, 2019.
Celia Ingham-Clark, medical director for clinical effectiveness at NHS England and a leading bowel specialist, thanked the journalist as she spoke about the "Bowen bounce".
"That's why the Health Secretary published the PS850million Waiting Times Improvement Plan to help increase capacity, clinical effectiveness and efficiency, and implement new models of care, while substantially, sustainably and progressively improving waiting times by Spring 2021."
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But further research is needed to determine clinical effectiveness in human beings.
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