Interim Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care, Debbie Westhead, the Care Quality Commission’s (CQC), launches her column on regulatory updates following her appointment in January.
HC-One’s St Martin’s Court in Swansea has been praised by the Care Inspectorate after being found to be fully compliant with its regulations.
The Information Commissioner’s Office (ICO) has begun enforcement action against care homes that have failed to pay the data protection fee.
The Competition and Markets Authority (CMA) has told Care UK that it must refund over 1,600 residents who were charged as much as £3,000 in upfront fees or face legal action.
In her final CHP column before taking up her new role with the Nursing & Midwifery Council in January, Andrea Sutcliffe CBE, Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care at the CQC, shares her New Year’s wishes for the sector
Specialist provider of workforce management solutions RITEQ speaks to workforce management thought leader and author of The Digital Workforce: The 5-Step Methodology to a Smarter Workforce, Jarrod McGrath
Almost four in ten care homes failed to meet acceptable standards in CQC inspections this month, a report has revealed.
Three leading care home providers are continuing to exceed a recommended limit on the charging of after-death fees.