In December 2016, NHS Resolution (known at the time as the NHS Litigation Authority) took the ground-breaking step of becoming one of the first indemnifiers in the UK to establish a mediation panel with the focus of resolving clinical negligence and personal injury compensation claims.
On 19 May 2020, NHS Resolution amended the guidance issued to parties involved in PCD cases regarding submissions and evidence in order to facilitate the efficient and effective determination of disputes. The guidance (as detailed below) is set-out in first-step letters to parties seeking submissions.
This Factsheet provides statistical information on the various workstreams.
This factsheet provides statistical information on Primary Care Appeals decisions covering 2015 to 2020.
This guidance note focuses on NHS Resolution’s determinations of applications for dispute resolution against termination notices. Its purpose is to provide guidance based on past decisions
This guidance note focuses on NHS Resolution’s determinations of applications for dispute resolution against dental termination notices. Its purpose is to provide guidance based on past decisions.
The purpose of this note is to set out the interim approach of Primary Care Appeals to the consideration of awarding interest including the guiding principles and process involved. The interim approach set out in this note is subject to review and evaluation.
This Guidance Note is for general information purposes only. It is not exhaustive but does cover the essential elements needed for parties submitting, or responding to, applications for dispute resolution
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