The Care Quality Commission undertakes frequent reviews of all registered healthcare providers. The reviews of registered providers are undertaken to ensure that they are still suitable to retain their registration. The CQC will specifically look at ensuring that Providers are delivering positive outcomes and that those individuals who are using the services are having positive experiences.
The retention of CQC registration status is thus just as important as the attainment of CQC registration status.
There are several different ways that the CQC continues to monitor Provider's compliance with their essential standards and outcomes. These include:
If the Care Quality Commission wish to see evidence of continued compliance they may ask providers to submit a Provider Compliance Assessment (PCA). Providers will have just 5 days from the date of the request to submit this assessment; as such it is recommended that all registered providers carry out this internal monitoring on a regular basis so that they are ready to respond should the CQC submit a request for information.
By completing routine Provider Compliance Assessments for clients, Words Worth Reading Ltd can ensure that providers are constantly prepared for any of the above compliance checks that will be undertaken by the CQC.
The Provider Compliance Assessment is split into 16 areas, relating to each of the 16 Essential Standards.
As part of this assessment, our CQC experts will:
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