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Daily Insight: 65-week target slips away | Daily Insight

The number of elective care waits over 65 weeks rose by 13,000 between July and August, the largest increase in two years, indicating a setback for NHS England’s recovery plan. This coincided with worsening emergency care performance and the waiting list for community services reaching over a million. There has been concern that attempts to cut follow-up appointments could compromise patient welfare and deepen health inequalities.

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