NHS whistleblower 'was treated unfairly' after alleging death rate-fixing Review finds Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust was not fair to Sandra Haynes-Kirkbright after she alleged coding flaws
An NHS whistleblower who claimed she was treated badly by a hospital trust after alleging it had been fixing its death rates was treated unfairly, a report has found.
Sandra Haynes-Kirkbright was head of clinical coding at the Royal Wolverhampton NHS Trust when she first alleged there were systematic flaws in its data leading to overpayments to the hospital trust. Continue reading... The Guardian