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The Surgery>Waiting List>Trends component answers a very interesting question... how many patients can a doctor have on their elective surgery waiting list before breaching clinically recommended time frames?
The nominal waiting list maximum is a lead indicator for future long waiting patients. Using the historical activity as a indicator of future activity, the nominal waitlist maximum allows us to understand the 'maximum' number of patients each doctor can have on their waiting list before risking having patients who will exceed their clinically recommended timeframe.
We can use this indicator to easily identify which doctors have already exceeded their maximum and need to redistribute patients to other surgeons to avoid waiting too long, the surgeons who are at risk of exceeding their maximum and require support to remain in balance and which doctors have significantly less than their maximum who could possibly have more. 

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