NHS Litigation Authority 2014 review
This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government
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Detail of outcome
The main conclusion of the review was that the NHS LA performs necessary functions and should continue to operate as a Special Health Authority. The review report also contains recommendations to improve performance, governance and efficiency.
This consultation ran from
Seeks views on the NHS Litigation Authority’s role and performance once every 3 years.
This triennial (3 yearly) review looks at what the NHS Litigation Authority (NHS LA) does and how their work is carried out.
We want to know what you think of the NHS Litigation Authority including:
- how they are organised
- how they are performing
- whether they provide good value
You can also share your views in person at a workshop on:
The department is planning to review all of its arm’s length bodies every 3 years.