CQC Insight: Issue 15

Page last updated: 18 January 2022
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In this month’s report, we look at data on staff vacancies in care homes, and the quality of ethnicity data recording for mental health services.

We want these insight reports to help everyone involved in health and social care to learn from what we know through our conversations and regulatory activity. This includes:

  • sharing and reflecting on what has gone well
  • understanding and learning what hasn't
  • helping health and care systems work together better in the future.

Staff vacancies in care homes

In this section, we provide an update to information we first shared in our State of Care report in October 2021 about staff vacancies submitted to CQC by care home providers.

Section 1: Staff vacancies in care homes


Ethnicity data recording in mental health

In this section, we look at the quality of ethnicity data recording for mental health services within local health and care systems.

Section 2: Ethnicity data recording in mental health


Latest data

We update our regular data on:

  • the number of death notifications by care homes
  • ONS data on all weekly deaths in England compared with the average for 2015-2019.

Section 3: Latest data

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CQC Insight: Issue 15


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Previous issue

You can read the issue of the report that we published in November. This issue looked at the recovery of medicines safety in NHS trusts.

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