Care Quality Commission’s Plans for Adult Social Care Inspections (BBC News)

Summary

The new Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection regime planned for care homes and domiciliary care in England may involve hidden camera surveillance and mystery-shopper exercises.

From next Autumn, care homes and domiciliary care services will receive Ofsted-style ratings of their performance; indicating whether they are judged to be outstanding,
good, requiring improvement or inadequate.

Read more: BBC News: Care inspector could use hidden cameras.

Reference

Triggle, N. (2013). Care inspector could use hidden cameras. London: BBC Health News, October 15th 2013.

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