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Title Governance, commissioning and public health / Linda Marks.
Imprint Bristol, UK : Policy Press, 2014.

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Description 1 online resource (ix, 270 pages) : illustrations
Series Evidence for public health practice series
Evidence for public health practice series.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Subject Public health -- England.
Medical policy -- England.
Health Policy.
England.
England.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents GOVERNANCE, COMMISSIONING AND PUBLIC HEALTH; Contents; List of boxes, figures and tables; Boxes; Figures; Tables; Abbreviations; About the author; Acknowledgements; _GoBack; 1. Introduction ; The public health governance study; Changing commissioning contexts for public health; Governance, commissioning and public health: definitions; Public health and governance: shared values; Plan of the book; 2. Dimensions of governance ; Governance: a multidimensional concept; Underlying principles of governance ; Governance arrangements; Modes of governance ; Levels of governance.
Towards governance for healthConclusions; 3. Commissioning for health and wellbeing; Commissioning in England: choice and the market model; A public health-led approach to commissioning ; Joint strategic needs assessments; Addressing health inequalities through commissioning; Involvement of PBC in commissioning ; Lessons from the research for public health in local government ; Conclusions; 4. Levers for change (1): governance arrangements; Governance arrangements in context; Governance arrangements in commissioning organisations ; Views from the study.
Lessons for performance management and public health Conclusions ; 5. Levers for change (2): incentives ; Incentives in context ; Theoretical approaches ; Commissioners' use of incentives ; Lessons from the research for incentivising service improvement, including preventive services ; Conclusions ; 6. Prioritising public health investment; Prioritising investment in prevention; Views expressed by interviewees over prioritisation methods ; Lessons from the research for public health in local government; Conclusions; 7. Public involvement in commissioning ; Participatory governance.
Patient and public involvement in context Public involvement in practice; Relevance of the study to developments in public involvement ; Conclusions; 8. Conclusions; Governance deficits in public health ; Local commissioning for health and wellbeing post-2013 ; Appendix. Study methods and case study snapshots; Case study sites ; References ; Index.
Summary Drawing on in-depth case studies across England, this book argues that governance and population health are inextricably linked. Using original research, it shows how these links can be illustrated at a local level through commissioning practice related to health and wellbeing. Exploring the impact of governance on decision-making, 'Governance, commissioning and public health' analyses how principles, such as social justice, and governance arrangements, including standards and targets, influence local strategies and priorities for public health investment.
Other Title Print version: Marks, Linda, 1951- Governance, commissioning and public health. Bristol, UK : Policy Press, 2014 1447304942 9781447304944