health gain

health gain

A generic term for any measurable or objective improvement in the health of a population—e.g., reduction in cancer or coronary heart disease-related mortality—which is attributable to a health intervention.
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In the letter Mr Gething said: "Given the size and the significance of the SCCC investment the proposal needs to evidence a robust case in terms of meeting the Welsh Government investment criteria in terms of health gain, clinical and skills sustainability, equity, affordability and value for money.
The study conducted in Italy is twofold: 1) to estimate how much a sedentary lifestyle contributes to the increase of chronic degenerative diseases; 2) to assess how the attitude towards weekly physical activity produces benefits for health gain.
The individual health gain dimension accounted for 42 per cent of the total perceived benefit from health care interventions, while the remaining three dimensions each weighted between 19 per cent and 21 per cent.
A NORTH East hospital has been listed in the top 10 health providers in the country for health gain in patients who have had hip or knee surgery.
Briefly stated, intrinsic value is the potential health gain from production, effectual value is the actual health gain from consumption, and input cost refers to the health losses incurred in production.
Annual Summit on Public-Private Partnerships for Health Gain
Figures due to be published this week are expected to show that Wales will fail its 'physical' - a set of 15 health gain targets which were set nearly five years ago.
You'd think, and the cigarette companies would have you believe, that this stampede to low tar would result in a net health gain for all concerned.
Minimum pricing could achieve a public health gain and the decrease in profits forecast by industry would not materialise.
Allocating funds involves balancing a range of factors to make sure the PCT achieves maximum health gain and best quality with the resources available for patients.
A report by the National Public Health Service for Wales said: "The potential for public health gain from a high quality, effective needle and syringe exchange services in Wales is considerable.
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