The CQC Consultation proposes wide-ranging reforms: some of which impact on all regulated services, alongside specific proposals on the regulatory approach for primary medical services and adult social care.

We have compiled a series of bulletins to address the forthcoming consultation:


1. Accountability – a dramatic widening of the scope

This bulletin address part 1.1 of the Consultation - ‘Clarifying the definition of providers and improving the structure of registration’

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2. Provider-level assessments – holding Groups to account

This bulletin address part 1.3 of the Consultation - ‘Provider-level assessment and rating’

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3. Changes to the Fit and Proper Persons Requirement

This bulletin address part 3 of the Consultation - ‘Fit and Proper Persons Requirement’

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4. Significant changes to the regulation of adult social care services

This bulletin address part 2.2 of the Consultation - ‘Adult Social Care Services’

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5. More risk-based approach to the regulation of primary medical services

This bulletin address part 2.1 of the Consultation - ‘Primary Medical Services’

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6. ‘Complex’ providers; quality of care in a place

This bulletin address part 1.2 of the Consultation - ‘Monitoring and inspecting new and complex providers’

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If you would like more information about the CQC Consultation please contact Carlton Sadler

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