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Our monthly update for everyone interested in health and social care

June 2016

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This newsletter from June 2016 includes the #YourMentalHealthCare campaign running in July, our review of how NHS trusts investigate and learn from deaths, seeks your views on the NHS patient survey programme and reports on Care Home Open Day 2016

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Our monthly briefing for providers of adult social care services

June 2016

Our (date) newsletter for adult social care providers includes our first prosecution of a care provider using ‘avoidable harm’ powers, a webinar on CQC impact and value for money and updates to registration guidance.

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Our monthly briefing for dentists, GPs and primary medical services

June 2016

This primary care bulletin from June 2016 contains updates on the latest tips and mythbusters, highlights a case of outstanding care provided by a GP practice and announces the appointment of Alison Holbourn as deputy chief inspector of general practice.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of healthcare services

June 2016

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This healthcare bulletin from June 2016 includes updates on our review of how NHS trusts investigate and learn from deaths, a webinar on CQC impact and value for money, highlights opportunities for Specialist Advisors to assist with inspection and seeks views on the NHS patient survey programme.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of adult social care services

May 2016

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Our May 2016 newsletter for adult social care providers includes our new strategy for 2016 to 2021, introduces the CQC promotional graphics for providers, our analysis revealing how care homes improve following re-inspection and introduces two new reports ‘A different ending’ and ‘Better care in my hands’.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of healthcare services

May 2016

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This healthcare bulletin from May 2016 includes our new strategy for 2016 to 2021, a consultation on proposed changes to the NHS patient survey programme, sharing your experience of CQC inspection and our new reports ‘A different ending’ and ‘Better care in my hands’.

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Our monthly briefing for dentists, GPs and primary medical services

May 2016

This primary care bulletin from May 2016 includes our new strategy, introduces the CQC promotional graphics for providers and two new reports – ‘A different ending’, addressing inequalities in end of life care and ‘Better care in my hands’ looking at how people are being involved in their care.

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Our monthly update for everyone interested in health and social care

May 2016

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This newsletter from May 2016 includes information on our new strategy for 2016 to 2021, our recent reports on the quality of care delivered in Salford and Tameside and a review about inequalities in end of life care.

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Our update for dental care providers

May 2016

Our dental bulletin from May 2016 includes our strategy for 2016 to 2021, what to expect from a CQC inspection, a request for feedback about our dental provider guidance and resources, plus an update on our provider portal.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of healthcare services

April 2016

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This healthcare bulletin from April contains updates on the results of our provider survey, news of our review into how NHS trusts investigate and learn from deaths and a chance to sign up to our new summer stakeholder events.

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