Informing Interventions to reduce health Inequalities (Triple I) is a project led by NHS Health Scotland as part of the Scottish Public Health Observatory (ScotPHO) collaboration.
Triple I aims to provide national and local decision makers with practical tools and interpreted research findings of investing in interventions to reduce health inequalities in Scotland.
It does this by modelling the potential impact of different interventions and policies on overall population health and health inequalities.
The tools can be used to produce detailed results for different geographies
- Council areas
- Health boards
- City regions
- Integrated joint boards.
Results are provided for three health outcomes.
- Premature mortality
- Years of life lost
- Hospital stays.