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blocking at the N on course for record high An analysis by this newspaper has found a 56pc rise in bed days wasted monthly over the last five years at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital (N putting a strain on its services.

N chiefs have drawn up a string of measures to combat the problem, and have had some success since April. But the hospital remains on course to record its biggest number of delayed patient discharges this year, while the doctors' union warns the NHS faces its toughest winter yet. Emma McKay, the N director of nursing, said: "Reducing the number of days patients spend in hospital involves the whole health system and we are working closely with our partner organisations to ensure that patients receive the appropriate care for their needs." Delayed discharges (also known as bed blocking) occur when inpatients are medically fit for discharge but support for them through social care in their homes or in a care home is not oakley shopping in place. Therefore hospitals are sometimes unable, through no fault of their own, to discharge patients safely. Our analysis of the figures, from NHS England, presents a mixed picture for Norfolk's hospitals. In the first seven months of this financial year (April October) the N has reduced its number of bed days wasted from 2,416 (April) to 999 (October). It is not yet known if the closure of the Henderson Unit and temporary closure of two wards has affected the N as those figures will be published later. But by looking at the monthly average of the N figures this year so far, compared to previous years, the N is still set for record high amounts of delayed discharges by the next March (the end of the 2016/17 financial year). However Ms McKay said a number of measures have helped over the last 12 months. These include a senior matron to lead the discharge service, expanding the discharge team, setting up discharge co ordinators on wards, and "strengthen multi disciplinary links with health and social care partners". "Improvements in patient flow have enabled us to utilise bed capacity more effectively," Ms McKay said. She said a 6,000 increase in emergency admissions between 2014/15 and 2015/16 had impacted on the volume of delayed discharges. "Our approach to winter planning is to have year round resilience which ensures the continuity of our services and the best possible care for our patients," she said. Meanwhile, the James Paget Hospital NHS Foundation Trust has reduced its delayed discharges substantially in the last three years, and rates have remained consistent at Queen Elizabeth Hospital King's Lynn. Andrew Fox, associate chief operating officer sunglasses oakley men at James Paget Hospital, said: "There are a number of staff groups from all disciplines and organisations currently working together to continue and build on the progress we've already made." The monthly average of wasted bed days this year at West Suffolk Hospital in Bury St Edmunds is 655. The public are reminded that hospitals' A departments should only be used for emergencies. Other options to access treatment include using pharmacists, going to a walk in centre, or calling non emergency helpline 111. Not sure if I am right or not but as I understand it France has a different tax just for health etc which can be put up or down as required, sounds sensible. Regardless we have to look at better funding, I for one would not mind paying more as long as the money goes to where it should. Trev57, some years ago a local old peoples home was closed only to blue oakley glasses reopen as an asylum centre. Here in Kent we have a massive drain on our resources because of immigrant children {children that is a laugh you should see the size of some of them!} so yes immigrants do compound the problem, chuck in the EU bleeding us dry what chance do we stand looking after our own. it is obvious from the comments that many of us know what the problem is and we warned what would happen when they were closed. The low cost beds at convalescent homes and cottage hospitals prevented the build up of patients in expensive critical or post operative care oakley france beds in the main hospitals. Most people were apprehensive about the pie in the sky idea that carers and care agencies and care homes would be able to cope with what in many cases are still matters of medical need. And we were right. Having seen the length of time it takes to get a home appraised a bed ( even without hoists) and a care plan in place it is clear that a call to a convalescent home or cottage hospital would be much quicker. Home care does not necessarily suit cancer patients, post operative patients, stroke patients of any age and the speed with which agencies work to sort it out can be tortoise like. Care homes are not always suitable either and both contribute to high return rates via A The politicians who made the decision to close such facilities caused this problem, the NHS should see it and campaign for the return of such care. Not able to raise the rates, Social Services are eliminated and the recovering aged poor have no where to go. The perfect 'no win' situation gives the Tories the excuse to privatise the whole lot. Create an artificial crisis and then send in a White Knight to save the system by introducing an insurance system. We already have it. Its called National Insurance which most of us oldies have paid into for forty five years. The problem is, we no longer have a National Health Service, so we get patients left in hospital beds who do not need to be there because the N N may have treated a patient. But the patient is from a different trusts area. Be that mental health or from a different geographic area. Not all so called bed blocking is about patients being discharged into non NHS care provision, Far from it.

Sadly all too often it's about which NHS trusts budget pays for what. Now add in the very short sighted closure of wards designed to ease so called bed blocking. Such as the Henderson Unit at Bowthorpe which was closed last month as well as funding disputes between the likes of Social Services the NHS is it surprising we have issues? With so many different budgets, each with managers protecting themselves is it any surprise that pressure is being put on front line staff or as importantly on patients needing support care who are left in hospital while managers argue like children about who pays for what.


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