Data from the NHS in England it reveals that the vast majority of clinical commissioning groups gear (CCG ) across England they are performing poorly when it comes to diagnose patients quickly, ensuring they receive prompt treatment and increase survival rates one year
in some areas, only one in three patients receive an early diagnosis -. half that in the best area of operation -., while nearly half of patients in an area not get their first cancer treatment in a timely manner
in other areas, thousands of cancer patients die too soon due to poor care in the NHS
control CCG million pounds of NHS money and its role is to launch health services for the benefit of local populations.
But the raw data shows that of 209 CCGs, only 22 were “good performance” and seven were “high performance” -. Only 14 percent of the total
Twenty-four had the ranking of “most in need of improvement,” including NHS Blackburn with Darwen CCG, NHS Blackpool, NHS Bradford City, NHS Coast West Sussex, NHS Doncaster, NHS East Staffordshire NHS and Leicester City.
More than 156 card games were classified as “need improvement”.
The seven areas with the highest score were Harrogate and Rural District; North Leeds; Solihull; South Devon and Torbay; Stockport; Vale of York and NHS Wiltshire.
The worst results in diagnosing cancer at an early stage NHS Lincolnshire West CCG, I diagnosed only 33.3 percent of patients with cancer at an early stage, followed Slough NHS CCG (36.3 percent) and NHS east Lincolnshire CCG (36.5 percent).
compared to the best performing NHS West Suffolk CCG, where 61 percent of patients are diagnosed at an early stage.
The CCG worst behavior for one-year survival of cancer was CCG NHS Newham in London (63.9 percent of patients live for a year), followed by NHS London Borough of Barking and Dagenham CCG (64, 9 percent) and Medway NHS CCG (65.3 percent).
They compared to the best performing GCC NHS Harrow, where 74.5 percent of cancer patients lived for a year after diagnosis.
Meanwhile, in the CCG Thurrock NHS only 54.8 percent of patients with GP express reference forcancer had their first treatment within 62 days, while at the upper end of the scale, 97.5 percent of those living under NHS Richmond CCG are treated within 62 days from the urgent submission by your doctor.
In the past two years, in order to begin treatment within 62 days only met once, with 2,000 cancer patients now wait longer to begin treatment.
A spokesman for NHS England, said: “NHS care patients with cancer is now the best it has ever been, but we set stretch goals to save thousands of lives in 2020.
compared to this ambition, it is not surprising that most local services have to continue to improve, but we will follow the progress transparently so that everyone can see how we are improving care and outcomes for patients ” .
Dr. Fran Woodard, executive director of the policy and the impact on Macmillan Cancer Support, said. “The fact that many card games in England have been identified as providing a inadequate care for patients with cancer, or require improvements in this area is very worrying
“, it is emphasized how much the NHS is struggling to meet the challenge of providing cancer services that meet all basic needs of people with cancer. “
NHS England said that the ratings will not necessarily be seen as an evaluation of poor performance, but as an indicator of where the greatest improvement is needed to achieve ambitions in the plan 2015 of cancer.