A&E Delays- method, findings and next steps

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Join our latest webinar that brings to life the recently published A&E Delays report.

The NHS constitution sets out that a minimum of 95% of patients attending an A&E department in England must be seen, treated and admitted or discharged in under four hours.

Monitor has conducted a report and recommendations to understand why the four hour A&E standard was missed during Q3 2014/15 and reached its lowest level for more than 10 years. This webinar, which is targeted at healthcare sector workers, outlines the method, key findings and next steps to prevent A&E delays.

Register for this webinar, for your opportunity to:

  • find out how Monitor analysed A&E performance
  • gain an understanding of our key findings from the report
  • understand how Monitor develops evidence based policy
  • find out what Monitor and other ALBs are doing to support much challenged emergency care systems through the Emergency Care Improvement Programme (ECIP)
  • ask questions about the report during our Q&A
     
Who should attend:
  • clinicians
  • NHS analysts
  • strategy, operations and business development directors/equivalent
  • think tank healthcare researchers 
  • academics
  • anyone interested in and/or working in the healthcare sector
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Amy Caldwell-Nichols
Director of Operational Performance
Monitor
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Eva Fiz-Querol
Economist
Monitor
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Taj Hassan
Associate Medical Director
Monitor
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Edward Kendall
Economist
Monitor

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