Since 2013/14, there has been a growth in the volume and value of clinical negligence claims involving patients with diabetes-related lower limb complications. The majority of claims have involved patients with a diabetic foot ulcer who went on to undergo a major lower limb amputation. …
This document provides a summary of some key elements of NHS Resolution’s Annual report and accounts 2021/22. which can be found in full at on our corporate reports page
NHS Resolution establishes a claims baseline to help direct future improvements in general practice care
Analysis of the data from the first year of an indemnity scheme for general practice has identified that quicker and more accurate diagnosis, and improved prescribing processes could result in better patient outcomes, a report from NHS Resolution published today has found. The report provides …
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.
This leaflet has been produced as an overview to highlight the: key findings of the report six recommendations information on our collaborative partners and other resources available on our website including information on supporting staff and families
NHS Resolution has published research on the factors which lead patients to consider a claim for compensation when something goes wrong in their healthcare. Undertaken in partnership with The Behavioural Insights Team (BIT), the research considered the experience reported by 728 patients who agreed to …
Being fair sets out the rationale and discussions for organisations adopting a more reflective approach to learning from incidents and supporting staff.
A breakdown of the year one maternity incentive scheme results.
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