Centre for Health Economics

Organization profile

Founded in 1983, the Centre for Health Economics (CHE) has achieved world renown with an emphasis on methodological thinking and high policy impact.

CHE's research is designed to provide analytical frameworks and robust evidence to support difficult decisions, including:

 

The choice of treatments provided by the NHS;

The way the health and social care system should be organised, paid for and monitored;

How best to motivate and reward care providers;

How to promote equity in health and healthcare.

 

We research the factors that determine health and wellbeing with a view to ensuring the appropriate provision of health and social care in society.

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