Plan to scrap A&E target sparks furious backlash from medics

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Critics claim proposal is driven by ministers’ desire to avoid negative publicity about patients facing longer delays Plans to scrap the four-hour A&E target have sparked a furious backlash from doctors and nurses, with some claiming it is driven by ministers’ desire to avoid negative publicity about patients facing increasingly long delays. A&E consultants led a chorus of medical opposition to the move. They pointedly urged NHS leaders and ministers to concentrate on delivering the long-established maximum waiting time for emergency care rather than finding “ways around” it. Continue reading...
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