The above chart from: https://twitter.com/PaulMainwood/status/1610574797888708610
90th percentile? If a score is said to be in the 90th percentile, this means that 90% of the scores in the distribution are equal to or lower than that score.
So, 90% of ambulance calls in England and Scotland are within the above times:
As Paul points out:
“Using 90th percentile times for Category 2s/Amber because it’s about the only statistic that’s comparable between the Scottish and English datasets.”
“Not saying Scotland has solved it by the way – just that their ambulance services are managing response times that NHS England are not.”
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Those ambulance response times are nearly as quick as the responses from Baillie/Gulhane when asked how ANY Health problem in Scotland could be solved .
No solution is forthcoming , only the plaintive cry of ”Sack Humza Yousaf ! ”
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