PERFORMANCE: Humber Foundation Trust missed its target for early intervention in psychosis services in September, according to board papers.

The trust had 15 new cases in Hull and 13 in East Riding where there was quick diagnosis of the first onset of a psychotic disorder and appropriate treatment, against a target of 18 and 15 cases respectively.

As of December there are 13 new cases (nine Hull and four in East Riding) awaiting allocation, but “due to capacity issues they are unable to take these patients onto caseload”.