Emerald Literati Award awarded to our Health Economics, Evaluation and Equality (HEEE) theme


Noted by the Emerald Insight editorial team as: “one of the most exceptional pieces of work they saw throughout 2019’, our HEEE theme’s paper has been awarded for research on an extensive analysis of the Harrogate Vanguard programme.

The paper “Does the integration of response services lead to meaningful change in healthcare activity? A case study evaluation” looks at the NHS England Vanguards of new care models was to improve healthcare provision and integration through the coordination of services, seeking to deliver the Five Year Forward View.

The purpose of our paper is to report on an extensive analysis of one of the Vanguard programmes, exploring whether the implemented integrated response service (IRS) based in Harrogate, England, resulted in any meaningful change in secondary healthcare activity.

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