Content from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) We'd like to invite you to sign up to our participation platform to connect with us, and others involved in health and social care. Your contributions to our work are really valuable. They support us in our role as regulator to make decisions about the quality of health and … Continue reading Sign up to CQCs online participation platform
The five NHS Clinical Commissioning Groups (CCGs) responsible for planning health services in mid and south Essex are currently seeking public opinion on a potential merger application to create a single new CCG. The five CCGs in mid and south Essex are: Basildon and Brentwood CCG Castle Point and Rochford CCG Mid Essex CCG Southend … Continue reading Have Your Say: Potential Merger of Essex CCGs
Content from CVS Tendring The State of Caring Survey is the UK’s most comprehensive research into the lives and experience of carers. The 2020 survey is now open and will close on 17 May 2020. http://www.carersuk.org/news-and-campaigns/state-of-caring-survey-2020
Content from the Care Quality Commission (CQC) One of our priorities is to encourage innovation as we've seen how it can improve quality of care. It's important that regulation doesn't stand in the way of digital innovation. But we must also ensure technology and innovation never come at the expense of high-quality, person-centered care. Last … Continue reading How does technology help you stay in touch or help with care?
Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex and Essex Police’s Chief Constable BJ Harrington respond to your questions.
ECFRS are currently asking anyone who lives, works or travels in Essex to read our draft integrated risk management plan (IRMP) and let us know if they have any further comments, questions or views, ahead of publishing a final version.
Do you have a question for Roger Hirst, the Police, Fire and Crime Commissioner for Essex or Essex Police’s Chief Constable BJ Harrington?
CQC are looking for feedback on their 'Right support, right care, right culture' guidance.
Declare Your Care is a year-long, campaign focusing on four key population groups which we know have lower awareness of CQC.
CQC have refreshed their feedback form to make it easier for people to submit their care experiences.