Response to Consultation on the CQC (King’s Fund)

Summary

This is the King’s Fund’s response to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) consultation concerning proposed changes to how the CQC regulates, inspects and monitors care.

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King’s Fund response to consultation on CQC. London: The King’s Fund, August 2013.

This is a response to:

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A new start: consultation on changes to the way CQC regulates, inspects and monitors care. London: Care Quality Commission (CQC), June 2013.

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Proposed model for intelligent monitoring and expert judgement in acute NHS trusts. Annex to the consultation: changes to the way CQC regulates, inspects and monitors care services. London: Care Quality Commission (CQC), June 2013.

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A new start: consultation on changes to the way CQC regulates, inspects and monitors care services. Initial regulatory impact assessment. London: Care Quality Commission (CQC), June 2013.

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Equality and human rights duties impact analysis (decision making and policies). Initial regulatory impact assessment. London: Care Quality Commission (CQC), June 2013.

[A brief reference to this item features in Dementia and Elderly Care: the Latest Evidence Newsletter (RWNHST), Volume 3 Issue 9, August 2013].

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