Proportionate, risk-based regulation plays an important role in building public confidence in the NHS. We work with our members and the regulators to shape the overall regulatory framework and to ensure that providers can deliver high quality services, lead their own improvement, innovate and transform.
In our new report, we outline key findings from our latest survey to trust leaders on their experiences on regulation in the last 12 months.
Mariya Stamenova outlines trust leaders’ views on the change in approach that regulators are trying to make to reflect a new context of system working.
Amber Jabbal responds to the NHS accountability framework 2019 to 2020.
Amber Jabbal, head of policy, responds to a major evaluation of the Care Quality Commission's (CQC) inspection and ratings regime.
Amber Jabbal responds to the CQC report - Beyond Barriers - which sets out recommendations to support joined up health and care services.
Head of policy Amber Jabbal responds to the first investigation report and set of safety recommendations by the Healthcare Safety Investigation Branch.
In our latest report trust leaders tell us their experiences of the current regulatory approach by the regulators NHS Improvement and the Care Quality Commission (CQC).
Head of policy, Amber Jabbal responds to proposed changes set out in the CQC's regulatory fees consultation
National Audit Office report finds the CQC has made improvements but must overcome timeliness issues with some regulation activities to improve further.
The CQC publishes its response to the first consultation on the next phase of regulation and launches a second consultation on how it inspects and rates providers involved in new models of care.
The regulator has outlined its proposed fees for providers from next April
Our response to NHS Improvement's changes to the single oversight framework following responses to the consultation
Our summary and view on NHS Improvement's Single Oversight Framework
See the key findings from our second annual regulation survey, carried out in 2015