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Our monthly update for everyone interested in health and social care

March 2015

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This newsletter from March 2015 includes updates on new regulations and responsibilities for CQC from April, our first quarterly report celebrating good care, championing outstanding care, health and care providers displaying their CQC rating and consultations on our plans to regulate NHS111 services and health and social care in secure settings.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of adult social care services

March 2015

Our March 2015 newsletter for adult social care providers includes information on the new fundamental standards, updated provider handbooks for residential, community and hospice care services, the requirement for providers to display their CQC ratings and our first report celebrating good care, championing outstanding care.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of healthcare services

March 2015

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This healthcare bulletin from March 2015 includes updates on the new fundamental standards and associated guidance, new provider handbooks for independent acute healthcare and ambulance services, the requirement to display CQC ratings and Royal Salford’s ‘Outstanding’ rating.

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Our monthly briefing for dentists, GPs and primary medical services

March 2015

This primary care bulletin from March 2015 contains information on our new handbook for dentists and updated handbook for providers of GP and out-of-hours services, the new regulations in effect from April 2015, the requirement to display CQC ratings and our celebrating good care, championing outstanding care report.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of healthcare service

February 2015

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This healthcare bulletin for providers of healthcare service highlights new regulations coming into effect on 1 April (the fundamental standards) and includes updates on ‘Hard Truths’ and our response to the ‘Freedom to Speak Up’ review, a blog post about the blame culture and information on using hidden cameras.

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Our monthly briefing for dentists, GPs and primary medical services

February 2015

This primary care bulletin from February 2015 includes sharing and learning from examples of outstanding and good care, and updates on new regulations coming into effect on 1 April (the fundamental standards) and new registration application and registration variation forms.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of adult social care services

February 2015

Our February 2015 newsletter for adult social care providers includes updates on new regulations coming into effect on 1 April (the fundamental standards), our consultation on the requirement to display ratings, new registration forms and information about using hidden cameras in health and social care settings.

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Our monthly update for everyone interested in health and social care

February 2015

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This newsletter from February 2015 includes our advice on using hidden cameras to monitor care, our annual report into the use of the Mental Health Act and welcomes the ‘Freedom to Speak Up’ review.

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Our regular update for health and social care professionals

February 2015

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This public bulletin from February 2015 introduces our new national professional advisors Chris Thompson (Independent Healthcare) and John Milne (Dental) and invites your responses to proposals to display CQC ratings, our frontline professional survey and how we look at substance misuse services.

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Our monthly briefing for providers of adult social care services

January 2015

Our January 2015 newsletter for adult social care providers celebrates outstanding care - highlighting the first eight services to be rated outstanding - and invites your comments on displaying our inspection ratings and our draft provider guidance on Market Oversight.

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