CQUIN used for minimum achievements

The commissioning for quality and innovation framework is being used to reward the achievement of minimum standards rather than high quality care, research has found.

The Commissioning for Quality and Innovation framework is being used to reward the achievement of minimum standards rather than high quality care, research has found.

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