Productivity of the English National Health Service: 2016/17 update
Martin Chalkley (),
Maria Lucia Pace and
Idaira Rodriguez Santana
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James Gaughan: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK
Maria Lucia Pace: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK
Idaira Rodriguez Santana: Centre for Health Economics, University of York, UK
No 163cherp, Working Papers from Centre for Health Economics, University of York
This report updates the Centre for Health Economicsâ€™ time-series of National Health Service (NHS)productivity growth for the period 2015/16 to 2016/17 and reports trends in output, input and productivity since 2004/05. NHS productivity growth is measured by comparing the growth in outputs produced by the NHS to the growth in inputs used to produce them. NHS outputs include all the activities undertaken for NHS patients wherever they are treated in England, and also accounts for changes in the quality of care provided to those patients. NHS inputs include the number of doctors, nurses and support staff providing care, the equipment and clinical supplies used, and the facilities of hospitals and other premises where care is provided.
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