An Introduction to TMLEP
TMLEP is an independent clinical practice consisting of over 1,500 leading medical practitioners, technology specialists and clinical investigators. The practice works with a number of public and private organisations in the healthcare sector, providing an array of clinical and technological services which have the common aim of improving patient care and safety across the globe.
TMLEP was originally founded as a clinical response to the rising number of claims and complaints being brought against healthcare providers and clinicians in the UK and, increasingly across the globe. TMLEP developed a unique investigation process which allows complaints and claims to be thoroughly investigated, helping to achieve a swift resolution and ensuring that recommendations for improvement can be made.
To further assist in the continual improvement of healthcare standards, TMLEP also develops and provides an array of specialist clinical technologies which improve claims and complaints management capabilities and provide organisations with a better view and understanding of clinical risk.
A Reminder of The Significance of Removing Wound Packing08 June 2021
Packing wounds is integral to the patient’s healing and should be thoroughly monitored throughout the aftercare period, adhering to the guidelines. The failure to remove packing on a regular basis, as and when needed, can be detrimental to the patient, as the packing obstructs the pus from leaving the cavity.
The Management of Diabetic Foot Ulcers18 May 2021
Trusts should ensure that they have an appropriate care pathway to ensure that healthcare professionals understand what to do when a diabetic foot ulcer is identified and that they provide timely care.
A Series: COVID-19 and its Impact on the NHS - Obstetrics11 May 2021
Reductions in staff due to positive COVID-19 cases or isolation as well as other COVID measures (such as redeployment) meant that throughout the pandemic there has been a knock-on effect leading to remaining practitioners to cover even more patients than usual. This led to a reduction in available appointments in an environment when mothers were less likely to attend these in any event.