We’ve developed an automated, data collection system which we hope will be in place by October 2017 to replace the current collection process. The system will provide you with up to date information about patient flow through A&E, to help you identify and make improvements to your systems. We will contact you through the provider bulletin with more details closer to the launch date.
Submit your sitreps
Access our data collection portal to submit your trust's SITREPs.
Once you’ve selected your trust from the drop-down menu in the portal, the template will only show questions that your organisation needs to complete.
The template will need to be populated by all trusts that have a type 1 A&E department, and will not be stepped down, with additional metrics coming online over the winter period.
Daily reports must be signed off by a duty director, or other senior manager, appointed to this role by the trust’s chief executive. It is the responsibility of each trust to ensure their return is accurate and fit for purpose.
Each collection will cover the previous 24 hours up until 8am that day (with the exception of A&E performance data submitted after a weekend or bank holiday – see below).
The collection portal for the daily SITREP collection will now have the function to amend previous daily submissions for up to 14 days. The collection will still need to be submitted by 11am each morning and the collection portal will still close each day in order to collate the daily SITREP report.
Outlines how to complete the SITREP web form and includes an example escalation framework.
If you experience issues with accessing the web portal, submissions or indicator guidance/construction please use the one of the contacts below:
- web link problems: IT.Support@monitor.gov.uk
- problems with submissions: IT.Support@monitor.gov.uk
- questions in regards to indicator construction/guidance: firstname.lastname@example.org
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