This Form Set currently has 33 forms all relating to Service users or Residents file records and the administration of the business. These are added to as required by regulatory or legislative changes,. They are updated via the quarterly update of policies and precudres.
1. Statement of Purpose
2. Care Enquiry Form
3. Care Needs Assessment
4. Benefit Information Checklist
5. Plan of Care Form
6. Confirmation of Service Letter
7. Terms of Business
8. Service Users Contract
9. Consent to Care and Treatment Form
10. Care Review Form
11. Telephone Log
12. Service Users Notes
13. Adult Protection Investigation Log
14. Abuse Allegation Record
15. Financial Transaction Form
16. "First Contact" Questionnaire
17. Quality Assurance Audit
18. Quality Assurance Questionnaire
19. Compliments Log
20. Complaints Log
21. Complaint Investigation Record
22. Complaint Acknowledgement Letter
23. Complaint Investigation Findings Letter
24. Attendance Record
25. CQC Notification Letter
26. IPC Lead – Annual Statement Proforma
27. Infection Control Risk Assessment
28. Manual Handling Assessment
29. Premises Risk Assessment (Office)
30. Premises Risk Assessment (Service User)
31. Accident/Incident Record
32. Record of Gifts Form
33. Transport Risk Assessment
There are forms that you will be familiar with and there are some new additions which reflect the new guidance requirements.
We have designed the new forms in order to assist managers in demonstrating compliance within the new guidance requirements. The Code of Practice for Health and Adult Social Care on the prevention and Control of Infections and related Guidance, has specific requirements regarding THE INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL LEAD post holder which is a new requirement within this code of practice under criterion 1. This role has various responsibilities which include an annual statement which has to be returned to the Care Quality Commission.
As part of this Generic Form set there is an Infection Prevention and Control Annual Statement which covers all of the requirements necessary in the report. The post holder needs to be a designated, named person within any Adult Social Care setting, but it is a proportionate role determined by the size of the organisation.
Another new form is Consent to Care and Treatment, which demonstrates Outcome 2, Regulation 18 of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2010.
As part of these new forms there is also a Care Quality Commission Notification Letter. This is a new requirement under the Care Quality Commission (Registration) Regulations 2009. This set of regulations go hand in hand with those contained in the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2010. The CQC regulations are mainly to do with requirements regarding notifications of incidents. Outcome 20 in particular needs to be adhered to. Outcome 20 in particular needs to be adhered to, as this is the regulation where notification of other incidents is a requirement. This includes deaths and abuse situations.
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