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Final Budget 2017-18 »
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- Statistics & Research
Release date: 12 January 2017
Data has been published on StatsWales.
- By the end of November, a total of 438,708 patient pathways were waiting for the start of their treatment. Of these, 86.2 per cent had been waiting less than 26 weeks and 95.4 per cent had been waiting less than 36 weeks from the date the referral letter was received in the hospital.
- Performance at local health board (LHB) level varied from 80.5 per cent of patient pathways waiting less than 26 weeks to start treatment at Hywel Dda University LHB to 98.8 per cent of patient pathways at Powys Teaching LHB during November.
- The median wait for those waiting to start treatment was 9.4 weeks in November 2016.
- A total of 94,809 patient pathways were closed during November. Of those pathways, 76.6 per cent were closed within 26 weeks and 90.6 per cent were closed within 36 weeks of the date the referral letter was received in the hospital. Due to a system update, Cwm Taf University Health Board could not confirm that all data for closed pathways were included in the figures for November 2016, while others may have been erroneously included. The data will be resubmitted when available.
Information on specialties not covered by referral to treatment times reporting is also published.
- There were 1,595 patient pathways waiting over 4 weeks for a first outpatient appointment for Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services at the end of November 2016.
Quarter ending September 2016
Release date: 08 December 2016
This report includes information on median waiting times and stage of pathway.
Monthly data are published on StatsWales with a summary headline and a report is published quarterly.
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