CQC’s Strategy for 2016 to 2021 (CQC)

Summary

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) last month published their strategy, for the years 2016 to 2021, to ensure that more people receive higher quality care. This strategy aims to offer a “targeted, responsive and collaborative” approach to regulation, with four stated priorities:

  1. Encouraging improvement, innovation and sustainability in care.
  2. Delivering an intelligence-driven approach to regulation
  3. Promoting a single shared view of quality.
  4. Improving efficiency and effectiveness.

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Reference

Encouraging improvement and protecting people at a time of change: CQC launches new five-year strategy. [Press release]. [Online]: Care Quality Commission, May 26th 2016.

See also:

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Reference

Our strategy for 2016 to 2021. [Online]: Care Quality Commission, May 26th 2016.

This relates to:

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Reference

Shaping the future: CQC’s strategy for 2016 to 2021. Newcastle upon Tyne: Care Quality Commission, May 24th 2016.

There is also an executive sector-by-sector summary:

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Reference

Shaping the future CQC’s strategy for 2016 to 2021. What our strategy means for health and adult social care services. Newcastle upon Tyne: Care Quality Commission, May 24th 2016.

Agreement With Health Education England (HEE)

The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has agreed a memorandum of understanding about how they can work more effectively with HEE:

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Reference

New agreement with Health Education England. [Online]: Care Quality Commission, May 26th 2016.

This relates to:

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Reference

Memorandum of understanding (MoU) between Health Education England (HEE) and the CQC. London: Care Quality Commission, May 26th 2016.

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