A look at non-attendance at outpatient appointments

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Last year in England, around 11 per cent of patients failed to attend an outpatient appointment. This equates to 5 million appointments a year. Non-attendance at outpatient appointments - known as did not attends (DNA) - has a significant impact on the NHS in terms of cost and increased waiting ...

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