The health economic evidence resource (HEER) tool shows the key cost-effectiveness and return on investment evidence on activities in the public health grant.
Each piece of evidence is summarised across over 20 criteria to provide details on how the results were created and to highlight the inputs and assumptions used in the original studies. This allows users to understand the relevance and apply the evidence to their local setting.
The HEER brings together recent economic evidence from the literature, which is commonly used and has been quality assured by Public Health England.seen at 16:34, 13 September in Publications on GOV.UK.
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