Care Quality Commission (CQC)
The Care Quality Commission, together with NHS England, is one of the main regulatory bodies in England. Your CQC registration is one of the main regulatory compliance matters involved in owning and running a dental practice or other healthcare business.
The CQC must be satisfied that any individual, partnership or company proposing owning and running, or proposing to purchase and run a dental practice, meets the quality standards of the Health and Social Care Act 2008 (Regulated Activities) Regulations 2014.
It can seem overwhelming when making changes to your registration or making new applications to the CQC. The process can be difficult to get right and mistakes in the application process can cause you significant delays
It can seem overwhelming when making changes to your registration or making new applications to the CQC and this is where receiving expert advice can be highly beneficial.
If you require advice or assistance relating to the Care Quality Commission, the healthcare solicitors Ironmonger Curtis with Bell & Buxton can offer you a service specifically tailored to meeting your CQC requirements. Depending on your requirements, Ironmonger Curtis with Bell & Buxton can provide you with advice on CQC guidelines and compliance, including drafting the extensive CQC applications on your behalf.
More general advice about the CQC can be found on its website.
For advice relating to the Care Quality Commission please call us on 0845 225 2635 or visit our page on Dental CQC applications.