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Southern Derbyshire Clinical Commissioning Committee has recommended that the East Midlands Ambulance Service (EMAS) continues to operate according to the same protocols as NSL for an initial 6-month period, compiling auditable data to assess and quantify the impact of enforcing Eligibility Criteria (EC).
If the parties are to assess the true impact over this 6 month audit period, then both these patient groups need to be captured. The second group (recurrent patients) will also provide hard data about stakeholders application of the EC policy and/or abuse of the policy which is also a factor for consideration. The purpose of this six month audit is to assist both Commissioner and Provider to identify how many patients are affected by the EC and mitigate associated risks. Once the audit is complete and the data validated and reviewed Commissioners and EMAS will collaborate to decide the best path forward for patients and providers.
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