Keeping accurate and up-to-date policies and protocols is a key part of running a dental practice. What’s more, it’s an important factor when it comes to meeting the CQC’s fundamental standards. So, how can you ensure that your practice policies and protocols are up to scratch? Here, compliance expert Pat Langley shares her expert advice on how you can do …
Gain insight into compliance expert, Pat Langley’s expert tips and advice on how you can prepare your whole team for a CQC inspection in this episode of Bodcast.
If a man landed from Mars and wanted to buy your dental practice, would he be able to work out how to run the practice from your policies and protocols? If the answer is no, then this episode of Bodcast with compliance expert Pat Langley is a must for you and your team, to ensure you’re meeting the CQC’s requirements.
In this episode of Bodcast, host Zoe Close catches up with compliance expert Pat Langley to get her expert tips and advice on the best way of ensuring that your patient records are up to scratch!
Listen to support and advice on how to prepare your team for a CQC inspection! In this episode of Bodcast, host Zoe Close catches up with compliance expert Pat Langley to get her guidance on what you and your team can be doing in order to get yourselves inspection ready.
In this second instalment of ‘getting to grips with the CQC’, Area Sales Manager at Practice Plan, Zoe Close, catches up with CQC expert, Harriet Purdie who provides useful insight into the best way to prepare for a CQC inspection.
Welcome to the first episode of Bodcast! Today Zoe Close, Area Sales Manager at Practice Plan, brings to you CQC expert, Harriet Purdie, who explains the CQC changes made in 2015, together with an insight into the new fundamental standards. Part one of a two part series, this is hot topic, not to be missed!
With so much uncertainty clouding CQC and GDC regulations, we’re hosting a series of Regional Events with Apolline, to get your practice up to speed with the dos and don’ts of becoming, and remaining, compliant with the CQC.
On 1st April, the CQC moved from a requirement to demonstrate compliance with their essential standards of quality and safety, or the ‘Outcomes’ as they called them, to a requirement to demonstrate compliance with their new fundamental standards regulations.
Our first CQC inspection took place on 23rd April 2013. After much anticipation the ‘heart-sink’ moment arrived when our inspector walked through the door. He was a very pleasant chap with a background in care homes and he went on to inspect three outcomes: 1, 7 and 8.