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Maintaining Standards of Care | Preparing for the New CQC Framework and Managing Staff Shortages – a WorkNest Webinar
With the independent regulator moving to a risk-based model, the frequency and format of CQC inspections – and the evidence healthcare providers are expected to present – is set to change from Spring 2023.
Meanwhile, with staffing shortages plaguing the sector, providers must take steps to ensure a sparser workforce doesn’t negatively impact quality of care, safety and staff performance.
Hosted by WorkNest’s Principal Employment Law Adviser and Solicitor, Toyah Marshall, Principal Health & Safety Consultant, Charles Spencer, and Former CQC Inspector from CQC Compliance, Victoria Carey, the session will help you to:
- Get clear on how the new CQC framework impacts your setting
- Adapt your current processes to meet the new requirements for inspections (including quality statements, evidence gathering and remote monitoring)
- Tackle challenges surrounding underperformance within an already stretched team
- Reduce the likelihood of health and safety incidents occurring as a result of staff shortages by helping you to unpick what’s a legal requirement versus what’s a control measure so that you can ensure you’re following a risk-based approach.