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Practice inspections damage patient care – survey

January 29, 2016, by in News

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Practice inspections damage patient care - survey

Patient care is being compromised because of the way in which the Care Quality Commission inspects practices, doctors say today. The demands of preparing for an inspection distract from time clinicians need for patient care, according to a survey. The British Medical Association survey out, this morning (29 January, 2016), found 80% of the 1,900

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CQC inspections: learning from the best

April 30, 2015, by in CQC

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CQC inspections

The Care Quality Commission has published another batch of reports on the quality of care provided by GP practices that have been inspected under its new approach. Always interesting reading, the reports provide practice managers with plenty of insight regarding what’s working well at practices – and what’s not so good of course! Practice Index

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What to expect from your Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection

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The CQC started regulating general practices last year, grading them on a four point scale: “outstanding”, “good”, “requires improvement” and “inadequate”. David Behan, the CQC’s CEO, explains that their objective is to make sure people receive “safe, effective, compassionate, and high-quality health and adult social care”. Behan points out that the CQC has made “radical

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