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New chart: shows that 8-9am every day backlog is created, not recovered until afternoon. Can you overcome this by shifting GP time to first hour?. If that works, you will see a drop in the average response time, currently around 75 mins .

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New chart: shows that 8-9am every day backlog is created, not recovered until afternoon. Can you overcome this by shifting GP time to first hour?

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Duration of consults: telephone has stabilised (some practices shorter, around 4 mins) but f2f much shorter. Have you noticed a change?
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Loadmaster shows good spread of demand every day of the week. Should be simple to ensure enough GPs phoning at all times.
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Demand per week has now sunk to the same as pre-launch, 7% of list, but now all phone and f2f is down 40%. Amazing. Bring in rate 55% may drop.

fine tuning response time
Fine tuning response time
  • Overall the service looks to be going very well, transformed since launch. The story on demand is amazing, no more than pre-launch, and all dealt with so fast.
  • Fine tuning is to make it much better – the focus now needs to be on response time.
  • Already your demand is spreading well, so capitalise on this by getting enough GP capacity to stay on top from 8am.
  • Backlog chart shows that 8am is when buildup starts, and not caught up until late pm.
  • Are you beginning f2f’s a little early, while GPs still have a list to phone? Or are these different GPs who are f2f only?
  • Efficiency: bring in rate at 55% may settle, typically nearer 40%. Compared with others, phone consults are longer and f2f shorter.