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by Chris Naylor,Michael Parsonage,David McDaid

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Chris Naylor,Michael Parsonage,David McDaid
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Mental Health
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King's Fund (February 9, 2012)
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Long-term conditions and mental health. The cost of co-morbidities.

Long-term conditions and mental health. n Many people with long-term physical health conditions also have mental health problems. These can lead to significantly poorer health outcomes and reduced quality of life.

These can lead to significantly poorer health outcomes and reduced quality of life.

Cost estimates from a large medical/absence database were combined with findings from several published productivity surveys.

Long-term conditions and mental health: the cost of co-morbidities Estimating the costs of informal care for people with Alzheimer's disease: methodological and practical challenges.

Long-term conditions and mental health: the cost of co-morbidities. C Naylor, M Parsonage, D McDaid, M Knapp, M Fossey, A Galea. The King's Fund, 2012. Mental health promotion and mental illness prevention: The economic case. M Knapp, D McDaid, M Parsonage. Department of Health, 2011. Estimating the costs of informal care for people with Alzheimer's disease: methodological and practical challenges. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry 16 (4), 400-405, 2001.

People with long-term physical conditions are more likely to have lower . Long-term conditions and mental health – The cost of co-morbidities.

People with long-term physical conditions are more likely to have lower wellbeing scores than those without. People with cancer, diabetes, asthma and high blood pressure are at greater risk of a range of mental health problems such as depression, anxiety and PTSD. Of people with severe symptoms of mental health problems, 3. % also have a long-term physical condition. Naylor, . Parsonage, . McDaid, . Knapp, . Fossy, . & Galea, A. (2012). London: The King’s Fund, & Centre for Mental Health.

The cost of co-morbidities. Chris Naylor, Michael Parsonage, David McDaid, Martin Knapp, Matt Fossey, Amy Galea. This report finds that the additional cost of treating long term conditions for those with depression and other mental health problems is between £8-13 billion a year. This cost is not just a financial one. Patients with a long-term condition and co-existing mental health issue face poorer clinical outcomes and a significantly lower quality of life than people with a physical health problem alone.

improving the provision of liaison psychiatry services in acute hospitals. providing health professionals of all kinds with basic mental health knowledge and skills. removing policy barriers to integration, for example, through redesign of payment mechanisms.

Long-term conditions and mental health The cost of co-morbidities .

Long-term conditions and mental health The cost of co-morbidities Authors. Chris Naylor, Michael Parsonage, David McDaid, Martin wells Knapp, Matt Fossey, Amy Galea. More than 4 million people in England with a long-term physical health condition also have mental health problems, and many of them experience significantly poorer health outcomes and reduced qualit. More).

Long-term effects on medical costs of improving depression outcomes in. .Long-term conditions and mental health: The cost of co-morbidities. Cost and quality impact of Intermountain’s mental health integration program. Journal of Healthcare Management, 5(2), 97–113.

Long-term effects on medical costs of improving depression outcomes in patients with depression and diabetes. Diabetes Care, 31(6), 1155–1159. CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Kirmayer, L. Groleau, . Looper, K. & Dao, M. D. (2004). London: The King’s Fund. Park, . Katon, W. & Wolf, F. M. (2013). Rosenberg, . Lin, . Peterson, . Ludman, . Von Korff, . & Katon, W. (2014).

The cost of treating those with long-term . Chris Naylor is a fellow at the King's Fund and lead author of the long-term conditions and mental health report

The cost of treating those with long-term health problems such as diabetes and heart disease is already high. The Department of Health estimates that around a third of people in England have a long-term condition – rising to a half in those over 60 – and are the most frequent users of healthcare services. Furthermore, those suffering from these co-morbid conditions are more likely to come from deprived areas, which contributes and perpetuates health inequalities. Chris Naylor is a fellow at the King's Fund and lead author of the long-term conditions and mental health report. Michael Parsonage is chief economist at the Centre for Mental Health.