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Figures show we could be on track for 100,000 trolley waits

Press release 14/11/2019

Responding to today’s NHS performance statistics from NHS England, Prof John Appleby warns that the next Government will immediately be faced with one of the bleakest winters in the NHS’s history.

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Is it becoming winter all year round for the NHS?

Blog post 10/10/2019Sarah Scobie

With new performance statistics laying bare the stark pressures facing the NHS and their impact on patients, Sarah Scobie takes a closer look at the health service’s September struggles.

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Soaring temperatures in July took their toll on patients and staff

Press release 08/08/2019

Nigel Edwards responds to the latest performance figures for the NHS, which saw a record number of people turning up to A&E.

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Nigel Edwards responds to the Public Accounts Committee waiting times report

Press release 12/06/2019

Nigel Edwards says it's all well and good for different parts of Government to demand things of each other, but without enough staff and beds the NHS won’t be meeting the old or new targets any time soon.

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Emergency care

Indicator update 26/04/2019Jessica Morris

In our latest update we've looked at trends in the quality of emergency care.

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A&E slump and spike in cancer waits mean stormy waters for new NHS targets - John Appleby

Press release 14/03/2019

Professor John Appleby responds to the latest Combined Performance Summary figures for January and February 2019.

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Testing out new targets is a big improvement on the usual directive approach - Nigel Edwards

Press release 11/03/2019

Our response to NHS England’s new review of NHS access standards for A&E, mental health, cancer and referral to treatment.

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New figures show NHS is fighting a losing battle - John Appleby

Press release 14/02/2019

There is a risk that we lose sight of these problems as Brexit distracts us, or become numbed as we forget the last time targets were met.

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Professor John Appleby responds to latest NHS performance figures

Press release 10/01/2019

Those in charge of the NHS must answer the big question of whether it is going to start actually meeting its commitments, or scrap and replace them.

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