Concerns over CQC’s new transitional approach to monitoring health and social care providers

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In response to the Covid-19 pandemic, the Care Quality Commission (CQC) paused routine inspections and implemented the Emergency Support Framework (ESF) using regular conversations between inspectors and providers as an additional monitoring tool to gather information. Using the learnings acquired from the ESF as a springboard, CQC has now replaced the ESF with its transitional monitoring approach (TMA) in order to adapt and evolve the methods it uses to monitor services. The stated aim is to target its regulatory activity ‘most effectively’.

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Challenging CQC Inspection Reports

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Care Home Contracts and Business Practice - how to comply with CMA’s new consumer law guidance for providers

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