The King's Fund, which conducted a survey at the NHS, recently, claims that the worsening situations being seen at emergency departments of all hospitals can be improved significantly if NHS becomes a little more vigilant.
It is being said that it is only because of negligence sometimes or low performance levels that causes long waiting times for patients and increased rates of admissions. However, if all individual doctors and nurses keep a check at their own performances, the scenario can be enhanced.
As per the thinktank, some 2.3 million reductions can be seen in overnight stays in case everyone at hospitals in England focuses at showing strong performance. On one hand, it would introduce a cut in the number of emergency hospital beds by almost 7,000. While on the other, some 462 million pounds would be saved and could be reinvested in community as well as primary care services every year.
"Not only would this minimize exposure to psychological and clinical risk, but would provide a model of care that is far more clinically and financially sustainable", said deputy director, Candace Imison.
Some suggestions include ensuring presence of senior physicians during admissions and carrying out medical reviews at certain intervals.
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