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NHS 111 sending increasing number of callers to A&E and ambulances

Press release 22/02/2017

Numbers of NHS 111 callers sent to emergency services vary significantly around the country.

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Flashing red

Blog post 30/01/2017Tim Gardner

A report on ambulance services from the National Audit Office prompts Tim Gardner to reflect on the pressures ambulance staff are under.

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'Pressures are taking their toll on staff at all levels'

Blog post 15/12/2016

A response to our 2016 annual statement from the Association of Ambulance Chief Executives.

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NHS vulnerable to serious lapses in care even as care quality improves in some areas, report warns

Press release 08/12/2016

Ongoing pressures risk making the health service more vulnerable to serious lapses in care.

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Indicator update summary: waiting times

Indicator update 11/07/2016Nora Cooke O'Dowd

We've updated a selection of key headline performance measures for the NHS.

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A&E cannot mean 'Anything & Everything'

Blog post 11/07/2016Dr Clifford Mann

How to improve emergency care in light of A&E and ambulance waiting times data.

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Winter pressures: the tip of the iceberg

Blog post 11/02/2016Tim Gardner

It's difficult to think of winter pressures without immediately turning to the A&E and ambulance performance statistics. But, winter is about so much more than that.

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NHS risks winter performance becoming norm in summer, experts warn

Press release 11/02/2016

New report shows problems that are usually observed only during the winter months are increasingly being seen at other times of year.

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Our response to new NHS England monthly figures

Press release 14/01/2016

Nigel Edwards responds to new combined performance figures from NHS England.

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Errors, emergencies and inequality: key findings from our latest indicators

Blog post 16/04/2015

Six interesting statistics on topics including NHS complaints, medication errors, life expectancy and emergency calls.

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