HSRC REPORT: This paper reviews the range of tools used in collecting data on health and socioeconomic status and argues that very few of these methods are capable of providing information about the health of the very poor.
In this seminar, Myles Ritchie speaks about the role of regulation in driving quality. He looks at regulation within the context of a range of other quality improvement methodologies, to show that regulatory intervention is just one part of quality improvement. Regulation will not necessarily lift the quality of care but it can create the… Read more
In this seminar, Nick Black speaks about ensuring health quality in the UK. In an ideal world, high quality care should be safe, effective, humane, and equitable. However, it is not possible to have the maximum of all four dimensions. Some uncomfortable decisions may have to be made. There are a number of ways that… Read more