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Latest CQC strategy claims to be a more targeted, responsive and collaborative approach

| 26 May 2016

On the 24th May the Care Quality Comission published their 2016 – 2021 strategy. The Regulatory body has claimed their latest strategy is a more targeted, responsive and collaborative approach that will deliver a higher-quality of care to more people.

The Strategy describes how CQC will combine learning from 22,000 comprehensive inspections with better use of intelligence from the public, providers and partners in order to focus inspections more tightly than ever to where people may be at risk of poor care.

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BBC dementia documentary filmed at St Monica Trust

| 25 May 2016
One of our Care Home clients  the St Monica Trust will be featured in an upcoming BBC documentary on the 19th of May.
The Documentary is called The Truth About Dementia and follows 71-year-old presenter and Alzheimer’s Society Ambassador, Angela Rippon while she investigates the disease that took her mother’s life and is now starting to affect her friends.
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CQC are set to target struggling providers with more frequent and unannounced inspections

| 25 May 2016

Providers struggling to deliver good-quality care will be subjected to more targeted unannounced inspections as part of the CQC’s five-year strategy, launched today.

The regulator also said inspections will become “smaller and more frequent”, with the interval between them based on previous inspection findings – while newly registered providers will still be subject to comprehensive inspections.

The strategy, relevant from 2016 to 2021, seeks to make better use of intelligence from the public, providers, other regulators and oversight bodies in order to focus more tailored inspections where needed. For example, if there is a sudden spike in complaints or reports of poor care from a particular service, the CQC will target that provider for more unannounced visits.

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