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PHE Blog on Health Economics – ‘Cost savings and the economic case for investing in public health’

Interesting article by Brian Ferguson starts to make the case for public health spending being economically sensible.

Read the full article here with links to important cost saving tools.

One of the issues we encounter when arguing that you need to spend to save is that one agency spends and another does the saving.

How savings are portrayed is important. For real success there has to be a return on investment for the agency that spends (other benefits are a bonus)


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