Tag Archives: Regulation

Improvement of Care and Workforce Development: a National Framework (NHS Improvement / King’s Fund)

Summary The “Developing People – Improving Care” framework for continuous quality improvement and leadership development in NHS and social care services has been published by NHS Improvement. It aims to promote developments in main four areas: Systems leadership: particularly to … Continue reading

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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 … Continue reading

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Latest NHS Whistleblowing Policy (NHS Improvement)

Summary NHS Improvement has released a summary of NHS whistleblowing policy, in the form of a practical handbook. The aim is to promote an open and supportive culture which encourages staff to raise concerns about patient care quality or safety … Continue reading

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Reviewing the Current – and Likely Future – State of the NHS (NAO / Dods)

Summary The National Audit Office (NAO) has published a “Short Guide to the Department of Health” as one of their collection of short guides about different government departments. This guide includes a wealth of statistical information in summary form, concerning … Continue reading

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Improvements to Care in the Last Days / Hours of Life (Department of Health)

Summary This report assesses progress made against commitments in the “One Chance to Get it Right” report, which was released just over a year ago as a response to the Independent Review of the Liverpool Care Pathway (LCP) on improving … Continue reading

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The Foundations for a Patient-Centred NHS Learning Culture? (Department of Health / BBC News)

Summary This “Learning Not Blaming” report presents the government’s response to (i) the Francis Freedom to Speak Up review, (ii) the Morecambe Bay Investigation, and (iii) the Public Administration Select Committee’s report on clinical incidents. The common theme for addressing … Continue reading

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