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Chief GP inspector set to leave CQC in March 2019

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The CQC have been colluding with the government to cover up the effects of its austerity policies on the NHS. Last nights Panorama shows the extent of this with children having to be actively suicidal before CAMHS will help them. We know that good CQC ratings are far more dependent on wealth and demographics than how hard staff work. We also know that the NHS suffers from a depressing tide of scandals despite onerous inspection regimens. There is a secretive group within the regulatory system who are not what they seem and in reality defend the interests of big business putting profit before patients. It's shameful but literally no-one can hold them to account. https://www.gponline.com/six-key-figures-question-fairness-cqc-ratings-gps/article/1452942

Posted date

25 Sep 2018

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9:35am

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