NHS performance and savings targets are “beyond reach” for most hospitals, according to a new report. It found just one in 20 NHS trusts believed they had a chance of hitting the A&E target of 95 per cent of patients being admitted to hospital, transferred to another provider or discharged within four hours. NHS Providers - a membership organisation and trade association for NHS trusts - warned that the number of people waiting longer than this for A&E could reach 3.6 million next year, in a report into what the health service may look like in 2018/19. Read more NHS finances in ‘perilous state’, says damning report Theresa May faces calls from 100 MPs to break ‘deadlock’ over NHS NHS to train 3,000 extra midwives, Government to announce Jeremy Hunt’s plans for more midwives and nurses will not save the NHS The group, which represents NHS acute, ambulance, community and mental health services, added that the issue stretches beyond emergency care, as they claimed as many as 560,000 people will wait more than 18 weeks for routine care by March next year – a rise of 80,000. The report, which was based on a survey of 97 NHS trust chief executives and… Read full this story
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