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What the checklist means to you?

Services are always changing and evolving, as such information needs to be provided to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) on a regular basis for them to be aware of the changes taking place. The Provider Information Return (PIR) is the main way in which this is achieved on an annual basis and before its final submission use of the PIR Evidence Checklist from QCS, will allow you to ensure all the key elements are included.

The checklist can ultimately be used to double check the PIR content, ensuring that all the main aspects that CQC look for in a return have been included, whilst providing you with the opportunity to have one last review over your submission!

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What the checklist means to you?

Services are always changing and evolving, as such information needs to be provided to the Care Quality Commission (CQC) on a regular basis for them to be aware of the changes taking place. The Provider Information Return (PIR) is the main way in which this is achieved on an annual basis and before its final submission use of the PIR Evidence Checklist from QCS, will allow you to ensure all the key elements are included.

The checklist can ultimately be used to double check the PIR content, ensuring that all the main aspects that CQC look for in a return have been included, whilst providing you with the opportunity to have one last review over your submission!

Meeting Regulation 17 of the Health and Social Care Act