Care Quality Commission (CQC)


In November 2014 as part of its new approach to monitoring GP practices the CQC launched GP Intelligent Monitoring (IM) system. It is a system which helps them prioritise inspections. They look at 37 indicators that are made up of different types of evidence on patient experience, care and treatment based on sources including surveys and national statistics data. It is used to prioritise how soon they need to undertake  inspection of a practice.  CQC state they can only judge the quality of care once a practice has been inspected by them.  CQC are looking for practices that provide safe, caring, effective care that is responsive to patients needs and that are well led. These are all ideals that we strive to achieve at Dysart.

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