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

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

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 resolution and redress" scheme.
Their claim would be assessed by investigators working independently from the NHS trust where errors occurred, and they would quiz NHS staff and parents and look at... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional West, Views: 37
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