Prepare to be flagged up

Gulland, Anne
November 2008
Community Care;11/27/2008, Issue 1749, p14
The article reports on the new flag-based system, called the comprehensive area assessment (CAA), to replace star rating system for assessing services in Great Britain. The purpose of the new comprehensive area assessment will center on councils and their partner organizations, searching at how they enhance quality of life for everyone. However, the said flag-based system has raised speculation regarding its efficiency. INSET: HOW THE FLAG SYSTEM WILL WORK.


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