If, as Oscar Wilde once wrote, a cynic is “a man who knows the price of everything, and the value of nothing,” then the Care Quality Commission is starting to look like the most cynical organisation around.
Late last year, the CQC announced a new contract for the supply of Experts by Experience – or lay inspectors – who assist on its inspections of hospitals, care homes and GPs.
Four months after it came into effect, the contract is in chaos.
Experts are leaving in despair at the unravelling of a role the CQC itself calls “critical to the […]
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