It’s going to be a year of change and development in the health and social care sector. So what should providers look out for and
With a new Conservative government led by Boris Johnson, what lies ahead for the health and social care sector? Pre-election, the Conservative Party’s number one
Ridout Report- Election Special December 2019- What do the political parties have to offer social care in the General election?
The election is around the corner and the social care sector has been given manifesto-shaped presents in advance of the festive season. But what is
On 1 October 2019, the new ‘Notification of Deaths Regulations 2019’ (the “2019 Regulations”) came into force. The rules set out much needed clarity regarding
The Ridout Report – September 2019 – CQC on restraint, seclusion and segregation – what does this mean for providers?
This Ridout Report considers CQC’s review of restraint, prolonged seclusion and segregation in services providing care for people with learning disabilities and or/autism and mental
The Ridout Report – July 2019 – Is an increase of prosecution powers a reflection of the state of care?
Ian Trenholm, the Chief Executive of CQC, seems to have kept to his word about increasing the use of CQC’s prosecution powers. CQC’s annual report,