What are the health implications of reduced access to care during the COVID 19 pandemic?


Lead Analyst

Paul Seamer and Stacey Croft

Produced for the Midlands Decision Support Network by the Strategy Unit

Planned completion date

November 2021
15% complete

Access to many forms of planned and unplanned healthcare reduced dramatically during COVID-19 pandemic and associated lockdowns. The aim of this project is to address the following questions:

  • What might be some of the health implications of this avoided or deferred activity?
  • What can health systems do mitigate these effects

This analysis will have a  particular (but not sole) focus on primary care long term condition management.

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