Falls prevention: cost-effective commissioning

Guidance from Public Health England (PHE) for commissioners and communities to provide cost effective falls prevention activities.  Local authorities and Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) can use results from the tool to protect and improve the health of their local populations when making commissioning decisions.

The flexible Excel sheet allows for results to be tailored to the local situation based on the knowledge of the user. All interventions are aimed at those aged 65 and over. It can be accessed here 

The accompanying report, A Return on Investment Tool for the Assessment of Falls Prevention Programmes for Older People Living in the Community,  which explains how the tool was constructed and outlines the main findings, can be read here 

PHE have also produced a structured literature review which identifies which interventions are cost-effective in preventing falls in older people living in the community can be downloaded from their website.

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