Alan Rosenbach appointed Chair of Quality and Compliance Panel, Quality Compliance Systems
Watford, UK – 14 August 2015 – Quality Compliance Systems (QCS) has appointed former CQC strategy lead Alan Rosenbach to chair their Quality and Compliance Panel and to advise on policy & quality development within adult social care.
Commenting on his appointment, Alan said: “With CQC inspections rising year-on-year, care services are under more pressure than ever to manage their policy compliance accurately and effectively.
“I am excited to be working for a compliance and quality management organisation that proactively works closely with care providers to improve and maintain their policy and procedure processes.”
Mat Whittingham, CEO, said: “To attract someone of Alan’s calibre to chair our Quality and Compliance Panel is a testament to QCS’s reputation as the leading quality assurance and compliance management system for the adult social care industry and heralds an exciting new phase in our growth.”
Sheila Scott OBE, Chair of the Care Providers Alliance and Care Strategy Consultant for QCS, said: “For the many years I have known Alan, I have admired his indomitable commitment to social care standards from the other side of the regulatory fence.
“I am delighted that Alan will be sharing his experience and knowledge with us and users of the QCS management system, and looking forward to working directly with him on the same team.”
Quality Compliance Systems (QCS) is the UK’s leading supplier of compliance and policy management to the adult social care industry.
Founded in 2007, the QCS customer base has grown to 11,000 registered users ranging from care service providers to dental and GP practice managers. QCS’s client-centric approach ensures that their management system provides a superior level of service, allowing users to concentrate on delivering excellent care for outstanding value.
The QCS range of products extends from full management systems to bespoke CQC Registration packs and individual system modules, including health and safety, human resources, medications management, quality assurance, care planning and residential services.
For more information, please visit: www.ukqcs.co.uk
*All information is correct at the time of publishing