CQC risks 'almost certain' failure to intervene

CQC  risks 'almost certain' failure to intervene

The Care Quality Commission fears it will “almost certainly” not identify failure, leading to “persistent poor quality care for users”, as a result of government reforms and reduced efficiency.

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