CQC should not ‘sit in an ivory tower’ when rating ICSs, says preferred chair


The Care Quality Commission should not ‘sit in an ivory tower and dream up what it thinks good looks like’ when it starts rating integrated care systems, the proposed new chair for the regulator has told ministers.

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