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Provisional Monthly Hospital Episode Statistics for Admitted Patient Care, Outpatient and Accident and Emergency data April 2019 - December 2019

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Publication Date:
Geographic Coverage:
England
Date Range:
01 Apr 2019 to 31 Dec 2019

Summary

Provisional Monthly Hospital Episode Statistics for Admitted Patient Care, Outpatient and Accident and Emergency data April 2019 - December 2019

Key Facts

Monthly HES data for Admitted Patient Care:

In the year from January 2019 to December 2019 there were:
• 21.1 million finished consultant episodes (FCEs)² , 58.2% (12.3 million) of which included at least one procedure or
intervention, and 7.5 million of which were day cases.
• 17.4 million finished admission episodes (FAEs)³ , of which 6.6 million were emergency admissions.

 

Monthly HES data for Outpatients:

In the year from January 2019 to December 2019 there were:
• 124.1 million outpatient appointments made, with 96.6 million (77.9%) of these attended by the patient.
• 7.7 million outpatient appointments not attended by the patient, representing 6.2% of all appointments.

 

Monthly HES data for Accident & Emergency:

In the year from January 2019 to December 2019 there were:
• 22.5 million A&E attendances recorded in A&E HES of which 3.5 million (15.5%) resulted in admission to hospital for
admitted patient care. 2.8 million (12.4%) resulted in a GP follow up, and 10.3 million (45.7%) were discharged with
no follow up.

 

The Provisional Data Quality Report for Emergency Care Data Set (ECDS) is no longer included within this release. It is now available by using the link in the Related Links Section below.

Also included within this release is supplementary analysis that has been produced in addition to the Retrospective Review of Surgery for Urogynaecological Prolapse and Stress Urinary Incontinence using Tape or Mesh: Hospital Episode Statistics (HES), Experimental Statistics, April 2008 - March 2017. It contains a count of Finished Consultant Episodes (FCEs) where a procedure for urogynaecological prolapse or stress urinary incontinence using tape or mesh has been recorded during the April 2019 to December 2019 period.

Also included within this release is supplementary analysis that has been produced to in addition to the Retrospective Review for Earliest Clinically Appropriate Date wider goals of the Ophthalmology transformation program. It contains a count of Outpatient appointments where the Earliest Clinically Appropriate Date is present and the treatment specialty is ophthalmology. This is displayed by provider and month recorded during the April 2019 to December 2019 period.

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Last edited: 12 February 2020 3:33 pm