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    Regulator must not ignore social care

    2008-05-22T17:11:53Z

    Jo Stephenson's article identifies the concerns that many of us in social care have about the creation of the Care Quality Commission and whether it will become fixated on healthcare priorities.

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    Barbara Young warns on cash for GP regulation

    2008-05-22T09:00:00Z

    The newly appointed Care Quality Commission chair has revealed she is not convinced by government proposals to regulate GPs.Baroness Young told HSJ she agreed the Health and Social Care Bill should allow for some primary care services to be absorbed into the main regulatory regime.

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    Baroness Young confirmed as Care Quality chair

    2008-05-15T13:26:00Z

    Health secretary Alan Johnson has confirmed the appointment of Baroness Barbara Young as chair of the new Care Quality Commission.The cross-bench peer will earn 79,014 a year for the three-day-a-week role - more than the advertised 60,780 salary.

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    Barbara Young backed as Care Quality Commission chair

    2008-05-15T09:00:00Z

    Health select committee MPs have backed Baroness Young as a suitable candidate to chair the new Care Quality Commission.

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    Barbara Young sets out vision for Care Quality Commission

    2008-05-08T17:15:00Z

    Baroness Barbara Young, who is in line to chair the new Care Quality Commission, told MPs today: 'I really want this job.'The Labour peer, who is currently chief executive of the Environment Agency, underwent a grilling by the health select committee in the new-style public job interview.

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    Barbara Young to chair Care Quality Commission

    2008-05-08T09:00:00Z

    The proposed chair of the new super-regulator has been welcomed as an 'inspirational' leader. Baroness Barbara Young, currently the Environment Agency chief executive, has been named as the Department of Health's preferred candidate to chair the shadow Care Quality Commission.

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    Care Quality chair to be scrutinised by MPs

    2008-05-02T13:41:00Z

    The health select committee will scrutinise the proposed new chair of the Care Quality Commission, Barbara Young, before her appointment is made official.

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    Care Quality Commission chair announced

    2008-04-30T14:46:00Z

    A former health manager has been revealed as the proposed chair of the new health and social care super-regulator.

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    BREAST SCREENING

    2004-07-22T00:00:00Z

    Published: 22/07/2004, Volume II4, No. 5915 Page 7

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    New public health legislation research rebuffed

    2004-01-15T00:00:00Z

    Short cuts

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    Days like this

    2000-11-02T00:00:00Z

    Health authorities are being allowed to delay paying creditors just months after the Commons social services select committee condemned the practice as 'deplorable. Falling receipts from land sales and the need to clear underlying deficits before the start of the internal market on 1 April have

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    Short Cuts: New chief executive for Environment Agency

    2000-08-24T00:00:00Z

    Baroness Young of Old Scone, a former NHS chief executive and prominent member of the Institute of Health Services Management , has been appointed chief executive of the Environment Agency. Baroness Young was chief executive of Parkside health authority from 1991 to 1998, and was the first woman

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    Days like this

    2000-05-11T00:00:00Z

    Closer working between clinicians and managers. . . purchaser provider split. . . Dorrell's promotion. . . community care reforms Guidance on consultants' contracts agreed between the Department of Health and the British Medical Association have been heralded as a breakthrough in closer working

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    Days like this

    1999-11-18T00:00:00Z

    NHS HQ moves to Leeds. . . Concerns at timetable for reform. . .RCN tells managers to mind their language. . . AIDS campaign delay. . .

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    Penetrating the corridors of power

    1998-10-08T00:00:00Z

    NHS chief executives should play dirty and learn political advocacy so that they could manage upwards as well as downwards, said Labour peer Baroness Young, chair of English Nature and former IHSM president.

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    Penetrating the corridors of power

    1998-10-01T00:00:00Z

    NHS chief executives should play dirty and learn political advocacy so that they could manage upwards as well as downwards, said Labour peer Baroness Young, chair of English Nature and former IHSM president.

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    Monitor

    1998-07-30T00:00:00Z

    Monitor is concerned for the health of cycling aficionados Lord Hunt, Peter Homa and Bob Abberley. But how to raise it with them (if that's not an unhappy turn of phrase)? The summer issue of One in Ten, the Impotence Association newsletter, arrives with a warning that riding a bicycle can cause

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    in person

    1998-06-04T00:00:00Z

    Mark Taylor (above) has been appointed chief executive of Royal Brompton and Harefield Hospital trust. Mr Taylor was formerly chief executive of the Royal Brompton before its merger with Harefield. Former Harefield chief executive John Hunt becomes deputy chief executive and corporate management