Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence


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Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence

A regulatory UK council which oversees the decisions of the GMC Fitness to Practise Panels, which are empowered to appeal a case to the High Court if they feel a Panel has been unduly lenient, made an error in law, and/or the GMC has “under-prosecuted” the case.
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The Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE), which is under threat after the Government announced cut-backs, is to visit five UK cities in October.
She stated that it was an 'inappropriate time' to discuss remuneration of the new Council, as the NMC's action plan in response to the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence report should be made a priority.
The Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) challenged the GMC decision in the High Court.
Commenting on her appointment, Jill Crawford said: 'As president, I feel my objective is clear--to ensure that this Council oversees the efficient and effective implementation of our action plan following the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) report.
In an article in the Health Service Journal, the report is said to have the backing of the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence, which oversees the GOC and the other regulators.
The Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE)'s expanded performance review of the NMC found no evidence to support allegations of racism at the NMC, or allegations that money had been misspent.
The Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) has praised the General Optical Council (GOC) for successfully meeting the standards of performance required in all aspects of its work.
The NMC will now be changing the way that it recruits Council members, following recommendations from the Department of Health and Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE).
A special Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) review has found that the NMC 'fails to fulfil' public expectations in the way it carries out its statutory functions.
In the meantime, Unite, Unison and the RCN have issued a joint statement in response to health minister Ben Bradshaw's announcement of investigations into accusations of bullying and racism against the NMC, saying: 'We believe that his written instruction to both the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence and the Charities Commission asking them formally to undertake an investigation into the allegations made against the NMC is both welcomed and helpful.

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