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Early Intervention in Psychosis (1516170)

1. What level of investment have you allocated in 2015/16 to ensure that the maximum waiting time standards in Early Intervention in Psychosis and access to psychological therapies are met by April 2016?

The level of investment for 2015/16 is £533k.

2. Has the CCG board made an assessment of the level of investment required to ensure that the maximum waiting time standards in Early Intervention in Psychosis and access to psychological therapies are met by April 2016? If the answer is ‘yes’, what level of investment is required?

This work has started and will be completed by the end of January 2016.

3. What percentage of people referred for psychological therapies for the treatment of common mental health problems started their treatment (a) within 6 weeks and (b) within 18 weeks of being referred? Please could you provide a breakdown of this information for people referred for treatment (i) in 2014-15, and (ii)
in each month between April 2015 and November 2015 inclusive.

The CCG does not hold this information broken down month by month, the following is provided on the basis of the full period:

a) 95% start treatment within 6 weeks of referral.
b) 99% start treatment within 18 weeks of referral.

4. What percentage of people going through their first episode of psychosis received Early Intervention in Psychosis treatment within two weeks of being referred? Please could you provide a breakdown of this information for people referred for treatment (i) in 2014-15, and (ii) in each month between April 2015 and November 2015 inclusive?

The CCG does not hold this information.

5. How many people were waiting to receive psychological therapies at the end of November 2015?

The CCG does not hold information relating to the total number waiting. However it does monitor those that
have waited over six weeks, this number at the end of November was 47.

6. What is the average waiting time to receive psychological therapies for those referred between April 2015 and November 2015?

• Referral to assessment – 5.5 days
• Assessment to Step 2 – 25 days
• Assessment to Counselling – 27.4 days
• Assessment to Step 3 – 18.4 days
• Step 2 to counselling – 21.5 days
• Step 2 to Step 3 – 16.3 days

7. What was the longest waiting time to receive psychological therapies for those referred between April 2015 and November 2015?

18 weeks.

8. How many people were waiting to receive Early Intervention in Psychosis treatment at the end of November 2015?

The CCG does not hold this information.

9. What is the average waiting time to receive Early Intervention in Psychosis treatment for those referred between April 2015 and November 2015?

The CCG does not hold this information.

10. What was the longest waiting time to receive Early Intervention in Psychosis treatment for those referred between April 2015 and November 2015?

The CCG does not hold this information.

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