Well the dust is beginning to settle from a momentous month’s cataclysmic events. In an ideal world I would now be celebrating the fact that our CQC report was the best ever recorded, the UK have confirmed its commitment to the ideals of the EU, England would be football champions in Europe and we wouldn’t… Read More »
Last month I described our CQC inspection as being a grueling but worthwhile experience. This month the results will be published. The CQC deems that their inspection is so important that we must display the results here, there and everywhere. Up until the point of reading the preliminary report I had no problems with this… Read More »
I have written at least a couple of times in the past about the Care Quality Commission or CQC. This was originally set up by the government to monitor the quality of care in care homes. Its role has gradually been expanded to include almost all care institutions. My first article, many years ago, was… Read More »
It’s the start of the new year and 2015 is likely to be a year of inspections. We are due to be inspected as a training practice and at some time in the year we will have a visit from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) who are to health care and general practices, what Ofsted… Read More »
Regular readers will know that the latest reincarnation of the NHS has a pretty central role for the CQC (Care Quality Commission) in policing the quality of your General Practice. The old type inspections were relatively low key but there has been a change of leadership and the new inspections have been beefed up a… Read More »
2013 is a momentous year for the NHS and for General Practice. The pessimists amongst us may view 2013 as the year that bureaucracy finally conquered the last bastion of resistance in the NHS, General Practice.
Regular readers are well aware that this newsletter is more therapy for me rather than an informative, life changing, therapeutic experience for you. Most of the time I feel that you should be rewarded for actually getting to the end. The purpose of therapeutic writing is to offload and share your inner worries and by… Read More »
They’ve finally caught up with me. Regular readers will know I prescribe to George Bernard Shaw’s idea that ‘Those who can… do. Those who can’t… teach.’ Except that I’ve added an extra line ‘And those who can’t teach become bureaucrats.’