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NHS Digital has today published for the first time experimental statistics analysing data from Pathways1 NHS111 calls linked to Hospital Episode Statistics.
The data analysis covers:
- Pathways NHS111 calls in England during 2018 where an NHS number was recorded
- Pathways NHS111 calls that resulted in patients being advised to attend an Emergency Department (including A&E, Urgent Treatment Centre or Walk-in Centre) and subsequent attendance within 48 hours of the call
- The first post-call attendance at an Emergency Department if multiple attendances were recorded
- Subsequent hospital admissions.
The analysis includes breakdowns by sex and by age group.
The report does not cover:
- NHS 111 online journeys
- Symptom data
- Associated costs
Read the full report
Notes for editors
NHS Pathways is a clinical tool used for assessing, triaging and directing contact from the public to urgent and emergency care services. It enables patients to be triaged effectively and ensures that they are directed to the most appropriate service available at the time of contact.
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