Cutting-edge expert commentary, analysis and business insights on the health management issues of the day from Cambridge Judge Business School's global faculty, associates and guest speakers.
Threshold penalties for health delivery
Research into the provision of healthcare support for outpatient medical services, led by Dr Houyuan Jiang, University Senior Lecturer in Management Science at Cambridge Judge Business School, concludes that a unified Performance-Based Contract approach with threshold penalties would achieve the best outcomes for outpatients.
How we feel?
David Halpern, Director of the Behavioural Insights Team at the Cabinet Office, and Professor Andrew Gamble of the University of Cambridge, says subjective well-being measurements are empowering citizens.
Our disconnected lives
High and low scoring countries on the 'Well-Being' index tell us much about our own lifestyles and what makes us happy says Nic Marks, Founder of the Centre for Well-Being. Costa Rica does well.
Job losses, library closures
The BBC's Claudia Hammond says earning a salary of over £20k doesn't necessarily make you any happier but job losses do matter - so will employment policies really change to incorporate 'well-being'?
The heart of 'well-being'
Professor Felicia Huppert, Director of the Well-Being Institute, Jen Beaumont, Office of National Statistics, and Dr Simon Learmount, Director of the Executive MBA at Cambridge Judge Business School, say why well-being matters and how we measure it.
Measuring national 'well-being'
How do we measure 'well-being' and what is its importance to individuals and society? What matters to you?