Health policy

Health policies are the decisions taken and the policies put in place to try and achieve particular health outcomes. This can be at a local, national or even global level, to achieve a particular health care goal within that population, and can cover a wide variety of goals, from disease reduction to cost savings. Research in this area is broad, and content in this channel includes the examination of how policies are developed, how they are implemented, how effectively they achieve their intended goals, and how this might be improved.


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