When a health and social care service receives an adverse inspection report from the CQC and is judged to be “Inadequate”, the regulator has the power to place the service into what it describes as Special Measures.
The CQC uses Special Measures to achieve the following:
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Ridout Report – You’re going to need an iPad before CQC registers you – The musings of a CQC Board member, or a sign of things to come?
At the March 2017 CQC Board Meeting the consultation on ‘Registering the Right Support’ guidance was highlighted
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