McClinton, Pam
April 2009
Community Care;4/2/2009, Issue 1764, p6
The article discusses the initiative of Sue Ryder Care, a long-term neurological and palliative care services provider, on consistency of care in England. It states that the services of Sue Ryder Care have been regulated by the Commission for Social Care Inspection and the Healthcare Commission. It notes that Sue Ryder has supported many of the proposals in the Care Quality Commission's (CQC's) consultation document, which suggests new regulator to improve the quality of care services.


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