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Parliamentary Debates and Questions

S5W-16667: Miles Briggs (Lothian)

Scottish Conservative and Unionist Party

Date lodged: 15 May 2018

To ask the Scottish Government how much each NHS board has received under the NHS Scotland Injury Costs Recovery Scheme in each year since 2007.

Answered by: Shona Robison 29 May 2018

The Cost Recovery Scheme is administered by the DWP on behalf of the Scottish Government and all recoveries are paid directly to the Health Boards. Although the Scottish Government does not therefore hold information on the amounts recovered by Health Boards individually, total amounts recovered, by year, are detailed in the following table.

2006-2007

£7,759,102

2007-2008

£7,568,961

2008-2009

£9,792,877

2009-2010

£11,892,183

2010-2011

£13,398,235

2011-2012

£15,427,637

2012-2013

£14,530,974

2013-2014

£15,158,654

2014-2015

£14,826,080

2015-2016

£15,154,060

2016-2017

£15,013,097

2017-2018

£15,558,702

Note: the 2006-2007 figure does not include funds recovered for ambulance services.