Isle of Wight NHS Trust has conditions imposed on it by CQC

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Following last week's report about massive concerns at Isle of Wight NHS Trust, the CQC confirm they are imposing conditions on the Trust.

Thursday, 22nd December, 2016 9:09am

By John Scott with 12 readers' comments

Watchdog concerned over national investigations into patient deaths

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CQC’s review looked at how NHS trusts across the country identify, report, investigate and learn from the deaths of people using their services.

Tuesday, 13th December, 2016 7:42am

By John Scott with 5 readers' comments

CQC wants your views on future of their quality regulation

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If you have something to say about the quality of the CQC's regulation, make sure you let them know.

Thursday, 29th October, 2015 10:53am

By John Scott with one comment

Queen Alexandra A&E improvements: CQC Inspectors satisfied

QA Portsmouth

Chief Inspector of Hospitals is satisfied with urgent improvements to Portsmouth Hospitals NHS Trust, but further improvement is required at Queen Alexandra Hospital.

Thursday, 6th August, 2015 7:52am

By John Scott

CQC report on pilot inspection of Isle of Wight NHS 111 service


A review of the ambulance service on the Isle of Wight is released today by the CQC.

Tuesday, 30th June, 2015 11:27am

By John Scott

Public services must ‘wake up’ to gaps in mental health crisis care, warns CQC

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People who are having a mental health crisis are not always receiving care and support when and where they need it, the regulator has found.

Friday, 12th June, 2015 7:27am

By John Scott with 5 readers' comments

CQC update on use of hidden cameras in care homes

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If you're concerned about the care someone is receiving and planning to make use of hidden camera, this guide from the CQC will be of interest.

Thursday, 12th February, 2015 10:36am

By John Scott

Use of cameras to monitor care homes under discussion

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Over the last year, CQC has been seeking views from people who use services, carers, providers, staff and other partners on the use of covert or overt surveillance to monitor care.

Wednesday, 19th November, 2014 3:31pm

By John Scott with 7 readers' comments

CQC calls for urgent action to help those in mental health crisis

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Better access to safe places in health-based settings for people experiencing a mental health crisis is crucial, urges CQC

Thursday, 23rd October, 2014 10:11am

By John Scott

CQC’s state of health and care services in England report published

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There is much excellent care but the variation in the quality and safety of care in England is too wide and is unacceptable

Thursday, 16th October, 2014 4:16pm

By John Scott

Dementia sufferers risk receiving poor care say CQC

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A major review of dementia care by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) says the unacceptable gap in the quality of care means it is likely that someone living with dementia will experience poor care as they move between care homes and hospitals.

Monday, 13th October, 2014 7:36am

By John Scott

CQC sets out its new model for inspecting adult social care

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Today (Thursday 9 October), the Care Quality Commission (CQC) confirms how it will regulate, inspect and rate care homes and community adult social care in England.

Thursday, 9th October, 2014 7:20am

By John Scott