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CQC reviewing practices' 'risk ratings' data as inaccuracies emerge

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in any other type of environment - they would be sued for damage caused. We were "fortunate" to be labled low risk but it was not in our gift in any event to have any impact on what we were to be judged on No one would object to their ratings being published if the practices had been inspected and found wanting, albeit upsetting but to have practices brandished as a failing practice on such spurious data is absolutely appalling and the whole thing should be retracted. And a statement from Jeremy Hunt apologising to those adversely affected by such ill thought through idea GPs are trying to do an excellent job with escalating demand driven by some of the national press. The government is demanding new housing development especially in the south east without any infrastructure to support the people that occupy the houses. Instead of supporting those struggling - it is constant knock - Shame on you HMG

Posted date

28 Nov 2014

Posted time

11:21am

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