RTT: The Highest Risk Organisations: August 2014

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It’s time again to see the latest RTT position for Trusts in England.


As usual our rankings are compiled through statistical analysis of past and current performance to give organisations a risk-adjusted ranking and whether their performance is getting worse or better.


Again, we have looked at organisations in three ways:


  • The Shelford Group: the self-styled “leading group of hospitals” in the NHS;
  • Foundation Trusts: hospitals that have earned the right to more freedom from government policy;
  • Non-Foundation Trusts: all the rest of the hospitals.


The highlights this month are:


  • The top 5 high risk organisations continue to deteriorate: they have added 3732 patients to the over 18 week category this month.
  • United Lincolnshire NHS Trust has jumped from 21st position to 4th: this is because they have added the highest number of patients over 18 weeks (1549)
  • The previous highest risk Trust Barts NHS Trust has not reported this month. This is significant as they had a large number of both over 18 week waits and over 52 week waits.
  • This means that the national picture is most likely worse than the official figures suggest as there are a large number of patients not being reported in the national figures.


Why not have a look and see where your local Trust comes in our league table. You can download the list for free HERE