waiting time


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waiting time

[′wād·iŋ tīm]
(computer science)
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The report also found that the median waiting time for Indigenous Australians was higher than for other Australians (42 days compared with 35 days), and that the proportion of Indigenous Australians who waited more than a year was higher than for other Australians (2.
This is the first month that NHS England has released all its key performance data on the same day with monthly figures for ambulance response times, A&E waiting times and other waiting times figures also being released.
In this case, the waiting time is the same as the time needed to receive only [S.
Diagnostic waiting times are unacceptably high across a whole range of specialities," she said.
com revealed that Birmingham Airport topped the list of airports considered to have the shortest waiting times for luggage, with East Midlands coming in in fourth place.
Walk-in waiting time was also halved in some specialities, including ophthalmology, neonatology, orthopaedics, gastroenterology and ENT, radiology and dermatology.
Improving 18 week Referral to Treatment or RTT waiting times for our local patients remains a key priority for all commissioners within the Kirklees, Calderdale and Wakefield Cluster.
Rightly or wrongly, waiting times are used as a benchmark to assess the state of our health service, and Labour were quick off the blocks yesterday to claim that the reality of the statistics undermined any pledge on the NHS that Mr Cameron might be injudicious enough to make.
The maximal target waiting time established for surgery is stage for stage: clinical T1 at 90 days, T2 at 40 days, T3 and T4 at 30 days.
We should be at the stage where these waiting times were brought down to an acceptable level so that more staff could be diverted to anti-fraud measures and employment support services.
Waiting times for first outpatient appointments also show significant improvement.
This article makes use of the VA waiting time data and tests the assumption that long waits for appointments have a negative effect on health outcomes.