CQC seminar in Leeds
Many health and social care operators have taken the view that CQC now seems to be more active in the way it exercises its inspection and enforcement powers. The Memorandum of Understanding with the Health & Safety Executive has certainly seen an increase in the prosecution role by CQC.
As a result, there has been a significant increase in the interest in understanding CQC’s powers, the enforcement processes, and how providers may best react to this to seek to achieve the best result for them.
We are a national firm specialising in health and social care. We are acknowledged as having particular expertise in dealing with CQC issues.
A recent seminar in London was sold out and therefore we will hold a repeat seminar at our Leeds office on Thursday 28 September to enable providers from the Midlands and North to have the benefit of attendance at this seminar.
We are also publishing a sequence of briefing notes on CQC matters. If you are interested in receiving these free briefings, please email Hayley Dove: firstname.lastname@example.org.
This briefing is for guidance purposes only. RadcliffesLeBrasseur LLP accepts no responsibility or liability whatsoever for any action taken or not taken in relation to this note and recommends that appropriate legal advice be taken having regard to a client's own particular circumstances.