NCA hopes new regulator will concentrate on outcomes

Posted on April 1st, by editor in Caring Times. No Comments

The National Care Association (NCA) has issued a cautious welcome to the Care Quality Commission.

NCA chairman Nadra Ahmed said the cautious approach was perhaps not surprising, given that this is the third independent social care inspectorate in the last seven years.

‘We very much welcome the commitment from the Care Quality Commission to concentrate on outcomes for service users within th

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