Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2015, AES8 - Elective Surgery - Number of Category 3 patients who are treated in turn, 2015
Identifying and definitional attributes
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|Treat in Turn Rates Cat 3
Tasmanian Health, Superseded 09/12/2016
This KPI is expressed as a percentage. The ‘Treat in Turn’ report reports on activity over a rolling 12 month period, updated on a quarterly basis.
A higher percentage indicates more of the longer waiting patients are being treated from the back of the list.
Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2015
Tasmanian Health, Superseded 12/12/2016
Collection and usage attributes
Determine the percentage of patients that are treated in turn by counting the numbers of patient with wait time longer than the lower surgical priority recommended time and dividing this by the count of all patients who were removed from the waiting list for a completed procedure. Divide the total sum of overdue (over boundary) days by the total count of overdue patients for the last 12 months to determine the Average overdue days.
Numerator ÷ Denominator
Calculated a result for each region.
Count of the number of Category 3 patients who are admitted for surgery and who are treated within 365 days, but not before 91 days, from the time they are added to the wait list. A count of all patients with a completed procedure for Elective Surgery between the longest recommended wait time for their current priority and the longest (+1) of the next highest priority.
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Total number of patients treated. Where patient has been removed for a Completed Procedure include them in the COUNT for the Denominator.
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Specified disaggregation: Region and hospital.
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Has been superseded by Service Agreement - Department of Health and Human Services Tasmania: 2016, ACC13 - Elective Surgery - Number of Category 3 patients who are treated in turn, 2016
Tasmanian Health, Superseded 28/03/2019