The day has dawned and passed on what was supposed to be the day the UK exited the European Union. I can’t help but wonder what can be learned from
Healthcare Business – April 2019 – Service user relationships and CQC: Is the intrusive regulator acting beyond its remit again?
In February 2019, CQC issued guidance on ‘relationships and sexuality in adult care services’ and how providers should consider service users’ relationship and sexuality needs.
Healthcare Business – February 2019 – CQC intends to ring in changes to how Providers can challenge its inspection reports
CQC has commented often that it wishes to improve the process of inspection specifically in relation to the speed at which reports are published following
2018 has seen substantial reform and parliamentary time for the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLs) legislation, much to the surprise of people who thought this
CQC’s chief executive, Ian Trenholm announced his intention to bring more prosecutions of health and social care providers for breaches of the fundamental standards. The
The CQC has had a little shake up at the top recently with Sir David Behan, CQC’s Chief executive stepping down and Ian Trenholm replacing