Tagged: NHS Injury Costs Recovery scheme

The NHS Injury Costs Recovery (ICR) scheme came into force on 29th January 2007. The scheme replaced the Road Traffic Act (RTA) scheme. The ICR scheme expands the types of cases where the NHS can recover the cost of treating injured patients to include all cases where personal injury compensation is paid.

Amounts collected prior to March 2012

NHS Injury Costs Recovery (ICR) scheme: Annual amendment in the tariff and ceiling of charges on 1 April 2012

NHS Manual for Accounts: Chapter 23 – NHS Injury Cost Recovery Scheme

NHS Injury Costs Recovery scheme: amounts collected April – December 2012

Figures have been issued for December 2012 showing the total amounts collected by the Compensation Recovery Unit and paid to the NHS under the arrangements for the recovery of NHS treatment costs following personal injuries and road traffic accidents. See … Read more → – NHS Injury Costs Recovery scheme: amounts collected April – December 2012