CQC


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CQC

Abbreviation for:
Care Quality Commission, see there (Medspeak-UK)
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Half of staff had not completed safeguarding training, the CQC said, meaning residents were put at risk.
The CQC is yet to publish a report on Aster Care Home.
The CQC said medication was accessed by fingerprint technology, ensuring that medication was secured and stock levels were adequately controlled.
In July 2016 the CQC found 87 incidents on the ward had not been investigated.
At the previous inspection by the CQC in April last year the home was also rated 'requires improvement' after the CQC found a breach of the regulations relating to getting people's consent to care.
The Trust offered an action plan to the CQC days after the visit - but the watchdog has now warned that further action could follow unless sufficient improvements are made.
The CQC could be replaced by an uplifted Patients Association, with huge savings for the NHS, particularly as many CQC functions are exactly carried out by local authorities - and better.
As a result, and due to its very sturdy construction, you can mount the CQC on an AR of any barrel length.
The report will act as a screening tool to identify which trusts need the most rapid CQC inspections and where inspectors need to focus their attention.
But the CQC has hit the headlines for doing the opposite.
I know the CQC are looking into disciplinary procedures and what can be done, what sanctions are available, whether you can have forfeiture of pensions, all those things.
We do not believe that the CQC has yet succeeded in this objective.