For adult social care services
This webinar took place: 1st December 2023
About this webinar:
With the new CQC single assessment framework set to roll out for all care providers in January 2023, it's important to be well-prepared beforehand and understand how to comply with the CQC's requirements.
Watch our webinar recording and be updated with the latest information about the new CQC single assessment framework.
What was covered:
- Tips for inspection preparation and evidence collation from compliance specialists
- The new CQC single assessment framework and how the change will affect your service and the inspection process
- CQC Strategy and recent key objective areas
- How Person Centred Software's digital social care record system, mCare, supports your care organisation with the new CQC single assessment framework
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CQC compliance consultant, owner of Inspired for Health, mentor and registered nurse for healthcare providers, adult social care and private clinics
Georgina specialises in CQC compliance for providers of adult social care and healthcare services. She currently works with adult social care providers and primary care services across the country and in the independent hospital/clinic sector, supporting teams with governance, quality improvement and regulatory compliance. In addition, she has accumulated almost a decade of experience in healthcare quality and audit.
Georgina also runs her own healthcare compliance consultancy business, Inspired for Health, providing governance and audit support to providers, which includes mock inspections, single assessment framework evidence advice, onsite cultural reviews, focused training and one-to-one registered manager and nominated individual mentoring.
Chief Product Officer
Andrew has 16 years of experience working with well-known social care software solutions; he is passionate about how innovative technology can help maximise the effectiveness of the support people require and make a real difference in their lives.
Andrew's focus at Person Centred Software is to ensure that every staff member working in care is continually supported with the tools they need to help them provide better person-centred care and achieve better outcomes for those receiving care.
If you want to learn more about the CQC KLOEs, click here.