Jane Hutt responds to ‘Smoke and Mirrors’ Spending Review
Finance and Government Business Minister Jane Hutt has today responded to the UK Government’s Spending Review and Autumn Statement which sets out public spending plans for the next five years.
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- Draft Local Government (Wales) Bill and Explanatory Memorandum
- Green Growth Wales – Options for investment support
- Draft water resources planning guideline
- Proposed changes to Planning Policy Wales Chapter 10 and Technical Advice Note 4: Retail Centre Development
- Revision of the Mental Health Act 1983 Code of Practice for Wales
- The Public Sector Waste and Resource Efficiency Plan
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Monthly data on the transfer of NHS patients to a more appropriate care setting.
Monthly data are published on StatsWales with a summary headline and a report is published quarterly.
- The total number of patients experiencing a delayed transfer of care was 510; this is an increase of 7 (1.4%) on the previous month, and 15 (3%) up on the figure in September 2014.
- 203 patients were delayed on acute wards, 107 in mental health facilities and 200 on community, rehabilitation and other wards.
- Health care reasons accounted for 37% of all delays, community care reasons for 22%, selection of care home 11% and waiting for availability of care home place 16%.
- 217 patients (43%) were aged 85 and over, including 101 (20%) aged 90 plus.
- 209 patients (41%) had been delayed less than 3 weeks, while 23 (5%) had been delayed for more than 26 weeks.
- The median length of delay was 28 days (25 days for patients on acute wards, 58 days for patients in mental health facilities and 26 days for patients on community, rehabilitation and other wards).
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