Voluntary compensation plan to save NHS millions in birth damage court cases



The Government is to launch a voluntary compensation scheme for parents whose children are damaged at birth as figures show the cost of settling claims has reached more than half a billion pounds.
Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt said he hopes to end the culture where going to court is an automatic "first step" and instead foster a culture of transparency so the NHS can learn from its mistakes.
Under the plans, parents who believe medical errors have caused severe damage to their children - such as cerebral palsy or brain damage - would be able to join a voluntary "rapid... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 28
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