Care Quality Commission Statement on Camera Use to Monitor Care (CQC/ BBC News)


The Care Quality Commission has issued a statement about the potential use of cameras to monitor care.

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Statement about the use of cameras to monitor care. London: Care Quality Commission, October 6th 2014.

An Ofsted style rating system for care homes is key to the CQC’s care homes inspection strategy:

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Standard of care in England’s homes ‘not good enough’. London: BBC News / BBC Health News, October 9th 2014.

More on the use of surveillance. The CQC board has considered the use of surveillance to monitor care in health and social care settings. This issue will be reconsidered at the board meeting in November 2014.

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Covert and overt surveillance: next steps on publishing information for public and providers. London: Care Quality Commission, October 15th 2014.

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