Category list : Mid Staffs Inquiry - regulation
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What gives commissioners sleepless nights?
NHS managers who publish false or misleading information could face up to two years in prison under new laws set to be confirmed by ministers this week, HSJ has learned.
A mass referral of more than 20 senior NHS managers has been made to the Care Quality Commission in what will be the first test of the new ‘fit and proper person’ regulations, HSJ can reveal.
Readers’ letters – 3 December 2014Subscription
If the professional duty of candour is not exercised by all healthcare professionals, changing the culture in the medical workplace will never work, says the chief executive of the General Medical Council
The NHS could be required to achieve ‘zero avoidable harm’ if a government backed bill being driven through Parliament by the MP for Stafford makes it onto the statute books.
Workforce special report: Going the extra mileSubscription
Using values based recruitment
The next Francis report should be required reading
NMC presses government ahead of Queen's SpeechSubscription
The nursing regulator has urged the government to introduce a bill to transform healthcare regulation in the Queen’s speech this week.
The health sector regulator has admitted the special administration process at Mid Staffordshire Foundation Trust could ultimately cost £15m.
Regulators rule... but is that OK?Subscription
A forthright roundtable debate on the dangers of over-regulation