Care Quality Commission


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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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SO, the Care Quality Commission has apparently covered up facts over babies' deaths.
We therefore welcome the report from the Care Quality Commission, which sets out a number of concerns in relation to the service at Winterbourne View."
Now the Care Quality Commission health regulator, which took over from the Healthcare Commission, concluded that temporary measures put in place by Milton Keynes Hospital NHS Foundation Trust were "not sustainable".
"The Trust was disappointed to note that it has still not reached the levels required by the Care Quality Commission, but wishes to reassure patients that it is working as swiftly as possible to remedy this situation."
In a statement Kirklees Council said: "Care Quality Commission inspectors visited Oxford Grange, an independent care home in Dewsbury.
The Care Quality Commission is a watchdog which failed to bite, even when a hospital manager has got away with indefensible behaviour.
The Care Quality Commission demanded the council makes urgent improvement to standards of its "Extra Care" scheme for elderly or disabled people, which provides special assistance to people in their own homes.
DEHYDRATED: Game Now a report by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has reported three other hospitals it inspected were not given enough help to eat and drink properly.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) found safety and care of elderly patients was being put at risk at Bromford Lane Care Centre, in Washwood Heath, within three months of it opening.
This includes the Civil Service with two Government departments - the Marine Management Organisation and the Care Quality Commission - also choosing to take advantage of Tyneside's location.
For the second year running, health services in the region were rated as best in the country by independent watchdog the Healthcare Commission, now known as the Care Quality Commission.
As of 6.4.2015, The care quality commission (cqc) has had a statutory duty to operate a market oversight scheme to assess the financial sustainability of the most difficult to replace providers of adult social care (asc).