Statewide - Percentage of emergency patients who are not admitted and stay four hours or less - Quarterly Data

Category: Emergency Care » Performance » Length of stay
01 January 2016 - 31 March 2018
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About this report

This report shows the proportion of patients treated in an emergency department not transferred to an inpatient bed and whose length of stay was equal to or less than 4 hours.  Totals are for all Victorian public hospitals with an emergency department.

Understanding emergency department discharge

Emergency department patients who were not transferred to an inpatient bed and emergency treatment is no longer required.  This means patients whose departure status indicates they departed to one of the following: home, left after advice regarding treatments, correctional/custodial facility, mental health residential facility or aged care residency.

Target

As part of Statewide and/or National agreements, targets have been set for some key performance indicators. These annual targets are shown to enable comparative achievements to be illustrated.

Statewide - Percentage of emergency patients who are not admitted and stay four hours or less - Quarterly Data

Jul - Sep 2017Oct - Dec 2017Jan - Mar 2018Apr- Jun 2018Jul - Sep 2018
Non-admitted emergency department patients whose stay is four hours or less7779798278
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Jul - Sep 2017Oct - Dec 2017Jan - Mar 2018Apr- Jun 2018Jul - Sep 2018
Non-admitted emergency department patients whose stay is four hours or less7779798278