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  • Learn about the CQC’s new assessment framework at the Care Forum

    Your Care Forum pass gives you the opportunity to attend a series of seminars from industry thought leaders, including CQC Inspection Manager Greg Reilly, who will outline the organisation’s new regulatory model.

    Reilly has over 20 years’ experience in the public sector, with the last 10 years spent at the Care Quality Commission. He has been the Adult Social Care inspection manager for Leicestershire and Rutland since August 2019 and managed the Lincolnshire team prior to that. Before becoming an inspection manager, Greg was an inspector in both the Adult Social Care and Primary Medical Services directorates working in various teams from Derbyshire to Essex.

    In his talk, CQC – How we regulate: an overview of our single assessment framework and approach, Reilly will outline how the CQC wants to make regulation more relevant to the way care is delivered, more flexible to manage risk, and enable it to respond in a quicker, more proportionate way. He will cover:-

    • New Regulatory Model
    • New Assessment Framework
    • Reporting and sharing Information
    • The levels at which we rate

    Our other speakers include Oomp! Wellness’s Jade Ellis, Doris Jones’s Caroline Southgate and AC Solutions’ Raj Sehgal – you can see out line up in full here.

    Will you be attending the Care Forum in June? If you haven’t already registered, we’d like to offer you a complimentary guest pass.

    In addition to seminar access, you’ll be able to meet one-to-one with suppliers based on your own unique requirements and network with like-minded senior care professionals.

    Plus, overnight accommodation, all meals, refreshments and an invitation to our networking dinner, are also complimentary.

    6th & 7th June 2022 – Whittlebury Park, Northamptonshire

    Click here to secure your guest pass or contact us today for more information.


    Stuart O'Brien

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