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Outstanding CQC Inspections in Hospitals

Monday 6 February 2017
De Vere W1 Conference Centre, London

Outstanding CQC Inspections in Hospitals

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The Care Quality Commission Annual Report 2015/16 highlights that 1% of Hospital Trusts were rated as outstanding, 44% good, 49% requires improvement and 6% inadequate. This conference aims to learn lessons and share good practice from the outstanding CQC inspections in hospitals, and support your service to improve. The conference will include a National Update on the next stage of the inspection process in hospitals, learning from inspections to date, and examples of organisations that met the criteria for an outstanding service.

Through national updates and practical case studies including case studies from trusts that have received an outstanding rating from the CQC, the conference will look at developing internal inspection for quality at a local level, succeeding in the CQC domains, improving local monitoring information, and ensuring improvement at a clinical service level.

“Hospitals that achieved good or outstanding ratings effectively planned and coordinated care and treatment with other services, addressed issues from the patient’s point of view and had a strong drive to improve services for patients” CQC, State of Care 2015/16, October 2016 

“Being person-centred and addressing issues from the patients’ point of view was a key factor in trusts achieving good and outstanding ratings. Our inspectors noted that the best trusts often had a stronger drive to improve and were focused on how to make services better for patients. Importantly they looked at this from the patient’s point of view. This was in contrast to some poorer trusts where patient groups and external organisations and bodies were sometimes perceived by staff as presenting a problem.” CQC, State of Care 2015/16, October 2016 

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