143 results for appeal

  • Rejected for CHC funding? Part 2: How to appeal the Local Resolution Decision

    This is the second part of an article relating to appealing a decision following an initial Multi-Disciplinary Assessment. First a quick recap of the previous article, “Rejected for CHC Funding? Part 1: How To Appeal The MDT Decision” which provides helpful information and guidance on appealing the decision of a Multi-Disciplinary Assessment to the Local Resolution stage. If your appeal […]
  • Rejected for CHC Funding? Part 1: How To Appeal The MDT Decision

    If your relative has been undergone a Multi-Disciplinary Team assessment (MDT) and the Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) have advised that there are insufficient healthcare needs to justify NHS Continuing Healthcare Funding, then read on to find out how to appeal the decision if you believe it is wrong… Once the MDT’s Decision to reject funding has been made it will […]
  • Appealing A CHC Funding Decision, Not To Grant Or To Withdraw Funding

    You may be looking to find information on appealing a CHC funding decision. This article looks into this subject and explores the various options available to you. Following an MDT, a recommendation will be made to the Clinical Commissioning Group with regard to eligibility for funding and the panel will decide whether to adopt that recommendation. Once a decision has […]
  • Appealing A CHC Funding Decision, Not To Grant Or To Withdraw Funding

    You may be looking to find information on appealing a CHC funding decision. This article looks into this subject and explores the various options available to you and continues our 27 top tips on NHS Continuing Healthcare. Here’s Tip no. 21… Following an MDT, a recommendation will be made to the Clinical Commissioning Group with regard to eligibility for funding […]
  • How to write an appeal for NHS Continuing Healthcare

    What to include in an NHS Continuing Healthcare appeal Tip no. 23 in our series of 27 top tips on NHS Continuing Healthcare If you’ve been told your relative is not eligible for NHS Continuing Healthcare, you may be wondering what to do next. The NHS Continuing Healthcare team at the CCG should have provided you with the funding decision […]
  • Paying for care during an NHS Continuing Healthcare appeal

    Should you pay for care if Continuing Healthcare funding has been refused? This is a very common question from families, and one that families often need more information about. Let’s go back to basics for just a moment: The whole point of an NHS Continuing Healthcare assessment is to ascertain who is responsible for funding a person’s care, i.e. is […]
  • NHS Continuing Healthcare appeals – what to do first

    Making sense of NHS Continuing Healthcare appeals How to appeal against an initial decision by the NHS to refuse NHS Continuing Healthcare funding – how to start the NHS Continuing Healthcare appeals process… You may have had a Checklist assessment for NHS Continuing Healthcare funding, and you may also have had a full multidisciplinary team assessment (using what’s known as […]
  • Is it worth me appealing a Continuing Care funding decision?

    When NHS Continuing Healthcare is refused, families are often left wondering what to do. Many people ask us whether it’s worth appealing a Continuing Care funding decision, and this is one of the most frequent questions people ask us in enquiries. The short answer is: We can’t say – at least, not without looking in detail at your relative’s health […]
  • What to focus on in an NHS Continuing Healthcare appeal

    When you’re short of time and energy it helps to focus on specific aspects of an appeal Disputing the outcome of an Continuing Healthcare assessment can feel daunting, and so it helps to identify in advance what to focus on in an NHS Continuing Healthcare appeal. When you start to pull apart assessment notes and care notes and put together […]
  • How keeping a diary helps in a care funding application and appeal

    Your care funding application and appeal is much easier with the right notes to hand. When you’re acting on behalf of a relative who needs care – whether that care is full time or otherwise – there are so many things to think about. You’re probably visiting your relative regularly, making sure their care seems appropriate, resolving any problems, making sure […]