Ridout Report – February 2019 – Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) Charging For Accommodation and Service After Death
21st Century regulators have shown a desire to widen the scope of their regulatory activity. This inevitably leads to allegations of multiple/overlapping regulation. That has
There has been recent media attention in relation to sexual safety of service users in care homes following the case of CQC v Hillgreen Care
Ridout Report – What will be the role of care home managers in the ‘Liberty Protection Safeguards’? – an update and analysis
Much to the surprise of people who thought there would be no reform or parliamentary time for the Deprivation of Liberty Safeguards (DoLs) legislation, the
Imagine if you will a world where public and private providers of health and social care are dealt with an even hand. A world where
CQC has completed its first cycle of inspections under its new inspection regime. But, what now? How have inspections impacted the adult social care sector?
The House of Commons recently debated the future of the Transforming Care programme. Concerns were raised that the Programme was unlikely to realise the ambitions