CQC


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CQCChina Quality Certification Center (Beijing, China)
CQCClose Quarters Combat (hand to hand)
CQCCaiga Quien Caiga (Argentinean TV show)
CQCClose Quarters Combat (gaming league)
CQCColorado QRP Club (Colorado)
CQCConstruction Quality Control
CQCContractor Quality Control
CQCCommission on Quality Care
CQCCaia Quem Caia (Portuguese TV show)
CQCComplete Quadratic Combination
CQCCork Quality Council (Forestville, CA)
CQCCertificat de Qualification Complementaire
CQCCounty Quality Control (Colorado)
CQCCertification and Qualification Committee
CQCCollectif Québécois de Conscientisation (French: Quebec Awareness Collective; Quebec, Canada)
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CQC inspectors raised concerns about doors being wedged open and fire drills not being carried out regularly.
CQC inspectors had previously reported that coffee was recorded as an evening meal under the Belle Vue regime.
The CQC said: "Inspectors found staff were caring across of all three of these services; however, there were other areas across CAMHS and surgery where CQC has told the trust it must improve.
This is reflected in the CQC outcomes we will continue to maintain and build upon our current standards by developing on our current robust quality monitoring systems further'' Detailed reports can be retrieved from CQC website by following this link: http://www.
The CQC report highlights a long list of failings, including: dozens of serious incidents that had not been investigated, several examples of serious patient safety issues that had not been noticed, community nurses that were not being supervised properly and acute staff shortages in the district nursing team which had led to delays in care.
The CQC said the registered manager told inspectors residents were not allowed to leave the home independently because they did not have the capacity to understand the risks of going out alone.
But today a report by the CQC shows the backlog was actually closer to 36,000 - and dated back to 2013.
CQC is a very expensive public sector quango which, to many at the "coal face" in the health sector, is self-serving, devoid of proper external review, immune to criticism, and where good inspectors with empathy for patient care do not reach the top, but those with the politically correct jargon and box-ticking culture do so.
Unscrew the blast cover (it also works as a thread protector as well) and then screw on the CQC.
The 161 acute trusts across England were examined by the CQC against more than 150 indicators.
A CQC spokesman said: "There is still a great deal of work to be done.
The CQC define their objectives to "check all hospitals in England to ensure they are meeting national standards and to share their findings with the public".