Access Targets

Access Targets

The collective term for an NHS Plan (UK) which sets various targets for improving and modernising certain health services, so called because they relate to how people can benefit from services.
Example First visit with a healthcare professional after booking an appointment—target, 48 hours.
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On the eve of the UK's general election results, a new report has emerged which states that once again the NHS failed to hit key access targets during the final quarter of the year.
It has also improved each hospitals performance against National Emergency Access Targets and has led to cost savings of more than $7.
The Minister emphasized to strengthen the monitoring system to access targets, objectives and outcomes of the projects.
The existing cancer treatment access targets will be at least retained.
The 'Two Minute Advantage' enables patients and practitioners to get more from each consultation and the NHS to hit smartphone access targets
3) The Government's faster access targets can do something to help with this, (4) as well as Whanau Ora partnerships for increased community linkage to service.
Attend to gain actionable strategies into the expansion of IAPT to new areas including severe mental illness (SMI), learn how services are successfully meeting recovery and access targets, and developing their workforces and adopting new technologies to increase access to therapy.
Feb 2014 the Betsi Board entered on their Corporate Risk Register "Failure to attain cancer access targets potentially causing harm to patients.
The GTF's multi-tier framework for access seeks to facilitate this process so that each country can define its own electricity access targets.
She said: "The fee plan system must demand that institutions meet ambitious widening access targets, commit to delivering comprehensive information for students and take concrete steps to secure an excellent student experience before any of them can charge above pounds 4,000 a year.