Care Quality Commission

Care Quality Commission

An independent UK bureaucracy (non-departmental public body or quango) formerly known as the National Care Standards Commission, which began in April 2009, billing itself as “the new health and social care regulator for England.”
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The figures from the Care Quality Commission means there are now 11 care home beds for every 100 people aged 75 and over in the area and 4.
New changes mean that, for the first time, all healthcare organisations in England that offer regulated care will be rated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
The Care Quality Commission has branded Croft Dene Care Home, in Howdon, as 'inadequate' after rating it as 'requires improvement' on two previous inspections.
We are proud to announce that all of our 12 care homes run by Gainford Care homes Ltd based in North East of England has scored 'Good in All Categories' by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) at the unannounced inspections.
The Care Quality Commission, which has powers to prosecute, kept the information to themselves and has failed to act.
This Capita Conference provides transferable learning on how to meet the new standards rolled out by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and examine the role of the commission in supporting the delivery of good quality adult social care.
THE CARE QUALITY COMMISSION (CQC) has announced a review into the care of newborn infants.
Care watchdog The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has now placed the home into special measures after it unannounced inspection.
Stonedale Lodge Nursing and Residential Home, in Croxteth, was labelled inadequate by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) and warned it could be shut down if standards did not improve.
A DOCTORS surgery in Kenilworth is the first in Warwickshire to have been awarded an outstanding rating by the Care Quality Commission.
Mr Hughes states: "We will replace the Care Quality Commission and replace it with elected county health boards who will be the scrutineers of services.
Work relating to the Troubled Families programme represents a "sizable and growing profile of Youth Offending Team (YOT) workloads" according to this joint inspection by the HM Inspectorate of Probation, the Care Quality Commission, HM Inspectorate of Constabulary and Ofsted.