CQC - Care Quality Commission

Supporting You with CQC Registration and Ongoing Compliance

CQC Support, Guidance & Toolkits from the Experts

  • Supports your CQC Compliance under The Care Act 2014 and The Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2015
  • Policies & Procedures are fully customised to you as required by the CQC
  • Save Time — How long would it take you to create and update 2300+ pages of guidance?

With up to 2300+ pages of CQC Compliant Policies and Procedures, Quality Compliance Systems (QCS) toolkits will help you:

  • Gain Registration
  • Meet the CQC’s ‘Fundamental Standards’
  • Maintain Compliance
  • Prepare for Inspections with our Mock Inspection Toolkits
  • Ensure Ongoing Quality and Compliance with Our Self-Assessment Quality Audits

At QCS we will help you through the registration of your service, ensuring your ongoing compliance. We will create and actively maintain a full set of Care Quality Commission compliant policies and procedures, tailored to your service. Our online and paper-based management system promotes regulatory compliance with the latest outcomes through a framework of up to 250 detailed policies and procedures.

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Meeting the Challenges of CQC Registration and Compliance

The QCS system is designed specifically for you around the requirements of the Care Quality Commission and is continuously reviewed by our team of expert policy advisers. We provide a programme of policy support that fulfils the expectation of compliance, comprehensively meeting the needs and requirements of service users.

Delivery of a fully audited management system that combines quality assurance is our route towards achieving your compliance goals, and our programme will empower you and your team to meet any challenges in full, in easy to manage steps.

Duty of Care and Benchmarked Standards

The QCS team have long held the belief that the aim behind registration and inspection is to ensure that people using your services receive the best quality care possible. Care Quality Commission requirements place a high level duty of care upon providers to ensure that services are delivered against benchmarked, recognised standards. Accordingly, their enforcement powers are extensive and punitive, and include fines, restricting services, suspending or cancelling registration and prosecution.

So maintaining standards is essential and QCS can be there to support you, every step of the way.

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Expert Insights

QCS Expert Insights, where you can find all the latest news stories and opinions about the Dental, GP and Care Industries

26th November 2019

Adult Support and Protection – Improvement Plan 2019-2022

Susan Donnelly Scottish Mental Health

    Improvement Plan 2019-2022 The Adult Support and Protection (Scotland) Act 2007 is now 12 years old. This laid the foundation for...

26th November 2019

Registration of Support Workers in Care at Home and Housing Support Services – Deadline Approaching

Susan Donnelly Scottish Mental Health

  The Care Inspectorate has registered approximately 1,030 Care at Home services, with another 441* support services in Scotland. This number...

31st October 2019

Robotic Pets for People with Dementia: Are we Barking up the Wrong Tree?

Katie Farrar Occupational Therapist

  I recently read a social care report about the increasing use of robotic technology in health care. The report highlighted...

30th October 2019

Regulatory Returns

Emily Watts Domiciliary Care Policy Lead

  Everywhere we look there is the need for information to be gained from us, a simple trip to the shops...

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Sheila Scott OBE from National Care Association (NCA)

Latest Question

I work in a care home and our activities coordinator documents that people have been doing things that they haven’t done. He also documents things in the morning that aren’t happening until the afternoon. Is this legal or should I be reporting it to someone?

Hi Sheila,  I work in a care home and our activities coordinator documents that people have been doing things that they haven’t done. He also documents things in the morning that aren’t happening until the afternoon. Is this legal or should I be reporting it to someone?

 

  Hi Sheila,   Thank you for your question.   Any written record that details care or support provided to service users from staff must be factual and contemporaneous (e.g. written as close to the...

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Policy Updates

Updated: 19th February 2019

Illegal Drug Misuse in the Service User’s Home Policy and Procedure

Care Management Care Practice Region: | Reference: NICC104
Updated: 19th February 2019

Consumption of Alcohol Policy and Procedure

Administration Registration & Compliance Region: | Reference: NIAR43
Updated: 19th February 2019

Distribution of Safety Alert Broadcasts, Rapid Response Reporting and Safety Notices Policy and Procedure

Administration Business Operations Region: | Reference: NIAB32
Updated: 19th February 2019

Hazard Reporting Policy and Procedure

Health and Safety Health & Safety Region: | Reference: NIHS04
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