According to ‘The state of health care and adult care in England’ report conducted by the Care Quality Commission and released today, 11% of GP practices and out of hours services have already been inspected by the body, most of these were rated good or outstanding and 50% of those that required improvement had in fact improved their ratings within six months.
So what else can we learn from the newly released report? Chief Executive, David Behan explains the themes covered in the report in this video...
The report, which also discussed the challenges ahead and future leadership goals, aimed to inspire practices with encouraging figures, describing the next few years as “an exciting opportunity to reshape services around the people who need health and social care.”
The report also offered the advice that ‘to survive and thrive [within healthcare] will require resilience, innovation and creativity,’ but a collaborative culture, an ability to learn from mistakes and a good skill mix will help through the challenges.