Throughout this green paper the Government poses a series of consultation questions and would welcome your views on all those that are important to you. The consultation will run from 31 July to 26 September (submission entry will close at midnight) . Once the consultation closes they will analyse all responses and publish a response in the […]
CQC have joined 7 other health and social care regulators, signing an agreement to share concerns more effectively, meaning better, safer care for everyone. To Find Our More please click here
Briefing paper highlights the issues of when and how criminal record data should be processed and used for employment purposes. There no guidance yet from the ICO but this paper brings some very interesting points which providers should be aware of. Please click here to read the paper
The Mental Capacity (Amendment) Bill is travelling at pace through parliament, so could this be the end of Deprivation of Liberty Safeguarding as we know it? Let’s hope so, because the current system is over complicated and has placed huge amounts pressure on Local Authorities who struggle to process the burgeoning number of referrals […]
Thirteen NHS clinical commissioning groups have agreed to review their NHS Continuing Healthcare policies following the threat of legal action by the Equality and Human Rights Commission To read the full article please click here
Following the consultation document issued in January 2018, The CMA has issued guidance to Care Home Providers on charging policy after the residents death. This is important guidance as failure to follow it could result in prosecution. To read or download the guidance please click here
A new survey released on the 8 May 2018, reveals that the viability of nearly 70% of the care sector is threatened by the sleep-in pay crisis. To read the report click here
Councils cannot set maximum budget levels when calculating the cost of people’s care, the Local Government and Social Care Ombudsman (LGO) has said following an investigation into a council that had a policy of placing people into bands, and paying in line with those banding levels, regardless of need.