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'Our report reads as a nit picking and begrudging document'

Dr Paul Cundy, chair of the GPC’s IT committee, has written to the CQC taking them to task for an ‘ambush’ of his practice by inspectors, who he said produced a 31-page report that included 41 factual errors.

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Read Dr Cundy’s critical analysis of his practice’s CQC inspection here



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  • Assuming that Dr Cundy's critical analysis is even 90% fair and correct, this is a stunning indictment of the CQC performance. Any organisation that cannot have a report proof read and spell-checked starts off by proving itself of limited competence.

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