Why targets to reduce emergency admissions are not being met
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Why targets to reduce emergency admissions are not being met

Nick Evans Freelance health writer

Investment in social and intermediate care is essential to meet NHS England’s goal of decreasing the number of emergency admissions by 2020, say health experts

The unrelenting focus on the four-hour emergency waiting time target can mask the fact that there are other important indicators of the health of the system.

Emergency Nurse. 26, 1, 8-9. doi: 10.7748/en.26.1.8.s8

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