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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We have actively shared and continue to share information about the NMC's financial position and the proposed fee rise with the Department of Health, the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence, and the unions.
As a member of the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence she is involved in making sure all the organisations which judge whether healthcare workers are suitable for the job have consistent standards and treat people fairly.
But the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) said the penalty was ``manifestly inadequate'' and the GMC had ``woefully failed'' in its duty to protect the public.
Several potential problems have been raised, such as ensuring the accountability and security of the registrants--will this mean an enhanced role for the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE)?
The regulator added that it will absorb the impact of the expected financial levy which is expected to be charged to all UK healthcare regulators to fund the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE), rather than passing on the fee to members.
Sir - In response to Dr Brian Gibbon's article 'Regulation has vital role in improving standards' (Western Mail, February 27), at the GMC we are pleased to be involved in Thursday's conference arranged by the Welsh Assembly Government and the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence where Welsh members from all nine health regulatory bodies will meet for the first time.
But a QC for the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE) said the High Court the penalty was 'manifestly inadequate and inappropriate'.
The Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence stated in November that the NMC had made some improvements, but still had several areas of concern to address.
THE GOC has been recognised as an 'effective regulator' by the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence (CHRE).
Some changes have already been made - the major one being the establishment of the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence.
But yesterday the Council for Healthcare Regulatory Excellence, said the case had been referred to the High Court for review.
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.

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