Jacque Mallender

 

Jacque is a respected international health and public policy economist. She helps stakeholders to identify and demonstrate their value, and the value of their ideas for improving health and care. She has directed and delivered many engagements in the UK, Europe, the Middle East, North America and Africa.

Her particular focus is on the economics of health systems, health financing, strategic purchasing, population health management, integrated care, health workforce transformation and digital health. Jacque also designs and delivers health system economics training for health professionals. She delivers the annual health economics workshop on the Management in Medicine Programme for Green Templeton College, Oxford University.

Jacque is a consultant with the World Bank Group, an Executive Committee member of the Economic Research Council, and she also sits on the Advisory Board for the Nottingham University School of Economics. Jacque was a founding convenor of the joint Campbell and Cochrane Economics Methods Group.

Further information on Jacque’s research and publications can be found here:

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Wider Determinants of Health Explained

The wider determinants of health are the social, economic and environmental factors that influence our health ...
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What are Health System Goals? A Simple Guide

Health system goals are the objectives that a healthcare system sets to improve the population health and the performance of ...
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The Health Economics of Climate Change

Climate change is a public health issue because it threatens the well-being of people around the world. The health economic ...
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The Health Economics of Patient Safety

Patient safety is a top priority for patients, healthcare professionals, healthcare provider organisations, those that purchase healthcare on behalf of ...
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The Economic Value of the Breast Clinician Credential

This project involved the development of a value proposition for the Credential, and an economic model to measure the return ...
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What are Integrated Care Systems? A Simple Guide

This article provides an overview of what is meant by integrated care, the evidence that supports it as a health ...
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What Are The Different Types of Healthcare Providers? A Simple Guide

This article looks at the ownership structures of the different types of healthcare providers ...
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What are Levels of Care? A Simple Guide

Levels of care describe the severity of an issue and the kinds of health conditions the doctors treat as well ...
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What Are Essential Health Benefits? A Simple Guide

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Health Financing Explained: Provider Payment Models

Health financing is a critical enabler of Universal Health Coverage (UHC). It ensures that people can access the universal coverage ...
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Health Financing Explained: Strategic Purchasing

Health financing is a critical enabler of Universal Health Coverage (UHC). It ensures that people can access the universal coverage ...
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Health Financing Explained: Risk Pooling

Health financing is a critical enabler of Universal Health Coverage (UHC). It ensures that people can access the universal coverage ...
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Health Financing Explained: Revenue Sources

Health financing is a critical enabler of Universal Health Coverage (UHC). It ensures that people can access the universal coverage ...
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£38bn per annum: A comprehensive economic cost of child poverty in the UK

Cost of Child Poverty in the UK How many children live in poverty in the UK? "For the 3.9 million ...
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What is a Health Economist: 10 ways they can help

What is a Health Economist? A health economist is someone who is an expert in applying the principles of economics ...
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Integrated Care Systems: What is the evidence?

Across the world, there is a growing consensus that Integrated Care Systems and People-Centred Care have the potential to deliver ...
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The Economic Value of Personal Wellbeing

According to a study conducted by O.C. Tanner in the 2022 Global Culture Report, only 49% of employees in the ...
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Integrated Care Systems & Financial Flows

The new integrated care systems being established across England have ambitious goals to improve health and wellbeing outcomes ...
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The Economics of Preventative Healthcare

On the face of it, raising taxes on products which harm health is likely to be a win-win. Why are ...
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The Economics behind “Fair Shares” Funding Formulae for Health Services

Government funded health services account for around 60% of health expenditure ...
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The Economic Impact of Mental Health & Covid-19

There are huge economic costs arising from individuals living with mental health conditions. These have likely been exacerbated by Covid-19 ...
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The Economics of Health Spending: How Much is Enough?

Global health spending is expected to increase by 38% by 2050. In this blog, we ask what is driving that ...
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Economics and Value Based Healthcare

When setting health system goals, let’s think beyond the Value based healthcare triple aim and look at personal value, technical ...
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Do Health System Efficiency Targets Give Economic Efficiency A Bad Name

Efficiency targets for integrated health systems can be counter-productive. Here we explore the different types of health system economic efficiency ...
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The Economic Value of a Healthy Health Workforce

Health professionals are expensive to train, recruit, and provide cover for when absent. We look at the economic cost to ...
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Workforce Planning and Economic Value

Workforce planning in health isn’t just about getting the numbers right, it is about maximising the economic value of our ...
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Spring Statement 2022: Opportunity or Threat to Public Health?

There is a compelling case for the Chancellor to restore real spending levels on public health and illness prevention in ...
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Economic Workforce Planning: Treating People as Assets, Not Costs

In this article, we’ll argue that, despite recent history, treating healthcare staff as a cost and not an asset needs ...

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