Economics of Prevention
First published on 18 March 2016
A study released by NHS Health Scotland identifies cost-effective approaches to preventing poor health that is also likely to narrow health inequalities. The study ‘Best preventative investments in Scotland – what the evidence and experts say’ sets out the principles and specific areas for action for policymakers to consider. These go beyond the health and social care sector and include actions on employment, incomes and the environment
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