A report related to the Mid Staffordshire NHS Foundation Trust's working between January 2005 and March 2009 to be submitted to the Health Secretary Jeremy Hunt by October 15 has been delayed now; it is likely by January.
It has been found that the Public Inquiry worth some £11 million had begun in 2010 to look for what wrong the trust did during the period. Since, the Healthcare Commission in 2009 had charged it of varied failures in operations saying patients' lives are being put at risk with poor quality services.
The group had said that the number of deaths were more by between 400 and 1,200, when estimations were far too less.
Thus, in order to conduct the inquiry, almost over 150 witnesses were heard from November 2010 to December 2011. It was then found by Chairman Robert Francis QC that patients were routinely neglected.
But, he says that letters related to who should be condemned to go to Mr. Hunt went in August instead of July. So, he has been informed that the final report would be out by January 2013. "I need to complete varied formal processes, to ensure any recommendations I produce are fair and constructive. Pulling this together into the final report is a complex and sensitive process", Mr. Francis added.
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