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2,106 deaths recorded by the NHS in England in the last 6-month reporting period from 1st April 2018 to 30th September 2018 were due to patient safety incidents.
The highest recorded total was at Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust with 110 deaths, and the ten trusts with the highest recorded incidents causing death are shown below.
|Number of patient safety incidents causing death
|Lancashire Care NHS Foundation Trust
|Barnet, Enfield And Haringey Mental Health NHS Trust
|Tees, Esk And Wear Valleys NHS Foundation Trust
|Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
|Devon Partnership NHS Trust
|Somerset Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
|Rotherham Doncaster And South Humber NHS Foundation Trust
|Cheshire And Wirral Partnership NHS Foundation Trust
|Avon And Wiltshire Mental Health Partnership NHS Trust
|East London NHS Foundation Trust
Incidents are rated as causing no harm, low harm, moderate harm, severe harm or death. In the last reporting period, there has been an increase of 683 incidents causing moderate or severe harm, or death. This represents 29,091 for this reporting period against 28,408 incidents for the previous period.
Patient safety incidents are defined by NHS Improvement as:
Any unintended or unexpected incident which could have, or did, lead to harm for one or more patients receiving healthcare.
The full list of categories that patient safety incidents are recorded against are:
Patient Safety Incident data is available via https://blackwaterlaw.co.uk/nhs-performance-tracker/ for all NHS trusts within England.
In addition to this data, we also show the current CQC rating of each trust as well as the following data sets where they are applicable to the trust, and data is provided:
“It is critical that NHS trusts focus on providing safe and effective care. Patient Safety Incident statistics provide important transparency about all reported safety incidents.
All reported Patient Safety Incidents are either unintended or unexpected incidents which did cause harm, or could have caused harm, to at least one patient.
Recording over 239,000 separate Patient Safety Incidents causing unintended or unexpected harm across NHS England, in just six months, is a number that will concern the public and it is a number which warrants attention and action at the highest levels of NHS management.”
Jason Brady, Partner at Blackwater Law.
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