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Data is released monthly on StatsWales. On a quarterly basis, we produce a report that includes the data for the previous three months, detailed commentary and information on the targets and any revisions.
Quarter ending June 2014
- 87.4 per cent of patients (1,385 out of 1,584) newly diagnosed with cancer via the Urgent Suspected Cancer route started definitive treatment within the target time of 62 days. Between the quarters ending September 2008 and March 2011, this percentage was around the low to mid 90s. Since June 2011, apart from quarters ending December 2011 and December 2013, this percentage has remained below 90 per cent each quarter.
- 98.1 per cent of patients (2,341 out of 2,386) who were newly diagnosed with cancer not via the Urgent route started definitive treatment within the target time of 31 days. The longer term trend has been fairly static, fluctuating around 98 and 99 per cent from quarter ending September 2007 to quarter ending December 2012 and generally meeting the target. It fell below 98 per cent in the quarters ending March 2013, June 2013 and March 2014 but has been over 98 per cent in the quarters ending September 2013, December 2013 and June 2014.
- At Local Health Board (LHB) level, Four of the six LHBs met the target that at least 98 per cent of patients newly diagnosed with cancer not via the Urgent route should start definitive treatment within 31 days. None of the LHBs met the target that at least 95 per cent of patients newly diagnosed with cancer via the Urgent route should start definitive treatment within 62 days.
Month ending June 2014
- 84.3 per cent of patients (479 out of 568) newly diagnosed with cancer via the Urgent Suspected Cancer route started definitive treatment within the target time of 62 days.
- 97.6 per cent of patients (780 out of 799) who were newly diagnosed with cancer not via the Urgent route started definitive treatment within the target time of 31 days.
- 3 of the 6 LHBs met the target that at least 98 per cent of patients newly diagnosed with cancer not via the Urgent route should start definitive treatment within 31 days. 0 of the 6 LHBs met the target that at least 95 per cent of patients newly diagnosed with cancer via the Urgent route should start definitive treatment within 62 days.
All figures relating to May 2014 are provisional. Note that there are small numbers in the monthly statistics; therefore care should be taken when interpreting percentages.
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