Exploring trends in demand for urgent care

Last year, Rod Jones, statistical advisor, Healthcare Analysis and Forecasting, published an article considering factors affecting bed occupancy and capacity at A&E departments. In this article, he provides further justification for why trends in demand for urgent care may be as a result of a persistent infectious agent, as opposed to the more usual ‘spike’ infectious events observed for influenza and other non-persistent infections.

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