An Overview to TMLEP's Investigations
Whether providing independent Serious Incident Reports for healthcare providers, real time second opinions for patients receiving care, clinicians providing care, or independent clinical reports for healthcare lawyers or insurers assessing medical malpractice issues, TMLEP’s investigations are capable of accurately assessing clinical liability in any healthcare situation, regardless of the complexity of the matter.
TMLEP typically offer three levels of clinical investigation, as set out below.
Preliminary Initial Investigation
TMLEP’s early stage investigations allow a complaint to be evaluated as soon as possible to explore whether there is any area of liability that requires further investigation.
If substandard care is suspected, this review will assist in establishing the structure and strategy of a further clinical review to decisively conclude whether substandard care exists or not.
Independent Clinical Review
Once clear issues or allegations have been raised in relation to clinical care provided, TMLEP provide clear robust investigation pathways and associated opinions to allow liability to be assessed, ensuring that a swift resolution can be achieved.
For issues that prove to be unfounded, TMLEP set out the information required to provide patients and their families with the independent opinions, answers and reassurance necessary to ensure closure could be sought, avoiding the need to resort to litigation.
Alternatively, wherever substandard care is identified, in addition to providing clear opinion to allow liability to be accurately assessed, TMLEP instantly generate healthcare analytics providing the clinical intelligence necessary to generate independent recommendations to prevent incident recurrence and improve healthcare standards and patient safety.
Whilst TMLEP’s independent clinical reviews are highly effective in resolving the issues in question, where appropriate, a fully disclosable report can be provided by TMLEP.