Expert Insights

Latest news stories and opinions about the Dental, GP and Care Industries. For your ease of use, we have established categories under which you can source the relevant articles and news items.

Latest Posts

27th December 2013

‘Let’s Haggle….’ The weird world of commissioner/provider relationships

Ginny Tyler Learning Disabilities Specialist

Can we really be altruistic about care provision where profit is involved, and how can we work more effectively with...

Read more

27th December 2013

New Year Resolutions

John Shapter Dental Specialist

Here we go again! At the beginning of 2013, my resolutions remained intact for at least a week which I actually...

Read more

23rd December 2013

GP practices are not always doing the necessary employment checks – CQC

Quality Compliance Systems (QCS)

In order to demonstrate compliance with the performance standard of CQC, NHS funded providers should be able to show...

Read more

23rd December 2013

Handling Complaints

Alison Lowerson GP Specialist

What is a complaint? For most of us working as care providers the word 'complaint' fills us with trepidation and we...

Read more

20th December 2013

It’ll be lonely this Christmas

Rosie Robinson Domiciliary Care Specialist

I love getting out and about to meet service users and family members and hearing their experiences of homecare however...

Read more

19th December 2013

When Guidelines Make Sense for Both Dentists and Dietitians

Ayela Spiro Nutrition Science Manager, British Nutrition Foundation

Both UK and World Health Organisation (WHO) guidelines recommend that free or added sugars (Non-milk extrinsic sugars or NMES) intakes...

Read more

19th December 2013

All I Want for Christmas is my Two Front Teeth

John Shapter Dental Specialist

Dentists have heard it before! Every year, at this same time, patients appear with a strange affliction. You all know where...

Read more

18th December 2013

Chaperones, a Breach of Privacy?

Alison Lowerson GP Specialist

Why should we have Chaperones? Theoretically a chaperones principal purpose is to protect, reassure and support the patient. In truth though...

Read more

16th December 2013

“ You are breaching my Human Rights ”

Quality Compliance Systems (QCS)

I’ve often heard this from employees in disciplinary processes, as an obstacle to carrying out a legitimate request or as...

Read more

16th December 2013

Be Part of the Solution

Ginny Tyler Learning Disabilities Specialist

Improving the quality and content of health plans for people with learning disabilities. The Confidential Inquiry into Premature Deaths of People...

Read more

Join over 90,000+ users already using the QCS Management System!
Start Free Trial
Back to Top

Register here for your FREE TRIAL

  • Try our unique Management System, or any of our individual packs
  • PLUS! Gain FREE trial access to our Mock Inspection Toolkit
  • Over 2,300+ pages of easy to use guidance and 300+ policies & procedures

Simply fill out the form below and get full access for 24 hours to a QCS Management System of your choice.

Latest Updates on Coronavirus