Tag: Care Quality Commission

    Thetford care home found to be ‘Outstanding’ by CQC

    Thetford care home found to be ‘Outstanding’ by CQC

    The Care Quality Commission has found the quality of care provided by Ford Place Nursing Home, in Thetford, to be Outstanding following an inspection in November.      Ford Place Nursing Home provides care and accommodation for up to 49 people. Inspectors found staff were caring and compassionate and people were being provided with safe, […]

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    CQC Chief Executive announces intention to step down in the summer

    CQC Chief Executive announces intention to step down in the summer

    Sir David Behan has announced his intention to step down as Chief Executive of CQC. He will continue in the role until the summer to allow the appointment process for a successor to take place. Sir David said: “After six years at CQC and over 40 years continuous employment in health and social care, I […]

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    Waveney care homes placed in special measures

    Waveney care homes placed in special measures

    A provider responsible for two Waveney elderly care facilities has been told by the Care Quality Commission that both homes are inadequate and remain in special measures. Both were visited in autumn, with recently-published reports revealing both had been judged as inadequate overall, with CQC inspectors raising severe concerns over the way they are run. The homes […]

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    CQC announces appointment of three non-executive board members

    CQC announces appointment of three non-executive board members

    The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has announced the appointments by the Secretary of State for Health of three non-executive Board members – Sir John Oldham, Liz Sayce and Mark Saxton. • Sir John Oldham is Adjunct Professor at the Institute of Global Health at Imperial College and was the Chair of the Independent Commission on […]

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    CQC’s Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care awarded CBE in New Year’s Honours

    CQC’s Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care awarded CBE in New Year’s Honours

    Andrea Sutcliffe the Care Quality Commission’s Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care has been awarded a CBE in the Queen’s New Year’s Honours List in recognition for her achievements and public service spanning over thirty years.   Andrea Sutcliffe CBE, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care at the Care Quality Commission (CQC), said: “I feel […]

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    Hartlepool health and social care: Good relationships being forged says CQC review

    Hartlepool health and social care: Good relationships being forged says CQC review

    The Care Quality Commission has published its findings following a local system review of Hartlepool. This report is one of 20 targeted reviews of local authority areas looking specifically at how people move through the health and social care system, with a focus on how services work together. The reviews look at how hospitals, community […]

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    Good practice resource, Equally Outstanding launched today

    Good practice resource, Equally Outstanding launched today

    CQC, alongside a number of partners, has today published a new good practice resource, Equally Outstanding, exploring how a focus on equality and human rights can help to improve quality of care. Using case studies from the NHS, adult social care and primary medical services, it looks at how services rated outstanding by CQC have […]

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    Mansfield home care service found to be caring and compassionate by CQC

    Mansfield home care service found to be caring and compassionate by CQC

    The Care Quality Commission has found the quality of care provided by Workwise Healthcare Limited, in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire, to be Outstanding overall following an inspection in December.    Workwise Healthcare provides support to people in their own homes in Mansfield and the surrounding areas of north Nottinghamshire. At the time of our inspection 120 people […]

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    CQC seeks views on next phase of regulation

    CQC seeks views on next phase of regulation

    The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is consulting on a further set of proposals which will help shape the next phase of regulation for health and social care across the country.    For the next eight weeks anyone with an interest is encouraged to have their say.       The proposals include:    • Changes […]

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    Isleworth care home found to be ‘Outstanding’

    Isleworth care home found to be ‘Outstanding’

    No. 36, The Grove, Isleworth, is an Outstanding care home according to Care Quality Commission inspectors. No. 36, which is in the London Borough of Hounslow, is run by LD Care Limited and at the time of the inspection in March 2017 was supporting nine people with a learning disability and/or autism. It was rated […]

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    Kettering community support service is rated Outstanding by the CQC

    Kettering community support service is rated Outstanding by the CQC

    The Care Quality Commission has found the quality of care provided by Consensus Community Support Limited- 55 Headlands in Kettering, Northamptonshire, to be Outstanding overall following an inspection in March.    This service supports people with their personal care needs in a supported living environment. At the time of our inspection there were 25 people […]

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    CQC confirms changes in regulatory fees for care providers

    CQC confirms changes in regulatory fees for care providers

    Following a public consultation last year, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) has outlined the fees that providers of health and adult social care in England will be charged from April 2017 to recover the costs of their regulation. CQC’s regulatory functions are funded both by fees paid by providers and by grant-in-aid from the Department […]

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    CMG achieves third outstanding CQC rating

    CMG achieves third outstanding CQC rating

    Staff and service users at Care Management Group (CMG) are celebrating after they received their third ‘Outstanding’ rating by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) for their Avenue Road service in South Norwood.   Avenue Road joins their Kings Road service in Hampshire and Ridgeway service in Essex in receiving the rating.   CMG, a leading […]

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    Specialist support and housing provider receives ‘outstanding’ in all five ratings for its social care

    Specialist support and housing provider receives ‘outstanding’ in all five ratings for its social care

    Welmede, the support and housing provider, which has recently become an operating subsidiary of support provider Avenues Group, has received the rare award of ‘outstanding’ in all five ratings by the Care Quality Commission following a recent inspection of its person-centred support services to people with a learning disability living in their own homes. The […]

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    Worcestershire care home is rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission

    Worcestershire care home is rated Outstanding by the Care Quality Commission

    The Care Quality Commission has found the quality of care provided by St John’s Court, in Bromsgrove, Worcestershire, to be Outstanding overall following an inspection in November.     St John’s Court is registered to provide accommodation and nursing care for up to 42 people who have nursing needs.   Inspectors found staff were caring […]

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    CQC Chief Executive David Behan accepts knighthood in New Years Honours

    CQC Chief Executive David Behan accepts knighthood in New Years Honours

    New Years Honours list includes Chief Executive David Behan CBE. According to the New Year Honours list David Behan, Chief Executive of the Care Quality Commission, is transforming the CQC from a troubled organisation into an effective and trusted regulator. He has led the development of a more in-depth and specialised model of inspection and […]

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    National health organisations publish a shared commitment to quality

    National health organisations publish a shared commitment to quality

    The National Quality Board (NQB) has today published a new framework that will promote improved quality criteria across all national health organisations for the first time. The new publication provides a nationally agreed definition of quality and guide for clinical and managerial leaders wanting to improve quality.  The approach has been agreed by the national bodies that form the NQB […]

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    CQC launches consultation on its next phase of regulation

    CQC launches consultation on its next phase of regulation

    The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is inviting people to give their views on its plans to deliver a more targeted, responsive and collaborative approach to regulation across health and adult social care in England. Having carried out a comprehensive inspection of every NHS trust in England at least once, CQC has a more detailed understanding […]

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    Outstanding care serving people in Market Harborough

    Outstanding care serving people in Market Harborough

    The Care Quality Commission has found the quality of care provided by Mill Farm in Market Harborough to be Outstanding overall following an inspection carried out in June. Home Care Harborough Limited runs the home care agency which provides support and personal care to people with physical disabilities, dementia, mental health problems and learning disabilities […]

    20th December 2016 | By | Reply More
    The CQC must do more to demonstrate it delivers value for money

    The CQC must do more to demonstrate it delivers value for money

    The CQC must do more to demonstrate it delivers value for money and is capable of assessing new models of care, NHS Confederation has argued. In a written submission to the Health Select Committee’s inquiry into the future of the regulator, the Confed said that its members broadly supported the CQC’s new 2016-21 strategy. Its […]

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