Provisional Accident & Emergency Quality Indicators - England, Experimental Statistics by provider for May 2012

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Health

This report, generated from Hospital Episode Statistics (HES) Accident and Emergency (A&E) data, sets out data coverage, data quality and performance information for the following five A&E indicators:

Left department before being seen for treatment rate Re-attendance rate Time to initial assessment Time to treatment Total time in A&E Publishing these data will help share information on the quality of care of A&E services to stimulate the discussion and debate between patients, clinicians, providers and commissioners, which is needed in a culture of continuous improvement.

These A&E HES data are published as experimental statistics to note the shortfalls in the quality and coverage of records submitted via the A&E commissioning data set. The data used in these reports are sourced from Provisional A&E HES data, and as such these data may differ to information extracted directly from Secondary Uses Service (SUS) data, or data extracted directly from local patient administration systems. Provisional HES data may be revised throughout the year.

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Data - Provisional Accident & Emergency Quality Indicators for England. Experimental Statistics by provider for May 2012

Additional Information

Added to data.gov.uk 30/11/2012
Theme Health
Temporal coverage 1/5/2012 - 31/5/2012
Geographic coverage England
Secondary Theme(s) No value
Mandate No value
Date added computed No value
Date updated computed No value
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