Well some of it. A summary of the NICE Public Health Appraisal Programme has been published in the Journal of Public Health (Owen et al. The cost-effectiveness of public health interventions. Journal of Public Health, doi:10.1093/pubmed/fdr075). Written by staff at the Centre for Public Health Excellence at NICE, the paper takes estimates from 21 NICE topic publications – many of which were produced by ScHARR’s Public Health Collaborating Centre.
From these publications, 200 base-case ICERS were identified with 15% being dominant, 70.5% £1- £19,999 per QALY, 3.5% £20,000 to £29,999 per QALY, 5.5% > £30K per QALY and 5.5% dominated.
This shows the importance of cost-effectiveness analysis in public health and the value of further funding in this area.