A recent report by The King's Fund has shed light on how better performance can make things all the more better for the NHS.
It has claimed that in case hospitals across England manage to perform as per the top ranked standards, a lot can be improved in terms of overnight stays.
Consequently, it will also save 462 million pounds, which might be used for expansion of community and primary care services each year. It has been claimed in the report that need of some 7,000 emergency hospital beds can be do away with if focus is being made on improvement in performance.
"Not only would this minimise exposure to psychological and clinical risk, but would provide a model of care that is far more clinically and financially sustainable”, said Candace Imison, Deputy Director of policy at The King's Fund.
In addition, a lot can be done to raise the bar of improvements in areas like making it sure that senior physicians are tracking the admission stage too, along with keeping eye on medical reviews and working on coordination.
It was earlier this year that the thinktank had revealed how accident and emergency waiting times have reached high, thereby showing the pity side of the NHS.
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