Driving improvement in GP practices
Leadership, communication and collaboration are among the key drivers of improvement for ten GP practices featured in a new report published by Care Quality Commission.
The report includes case studies of ten practices – nine of which were originally rated as inadequate and, through dedicated effort, improved to an overall rating of good on their last inspection. The tenth practice improved from a rating of requires improvement to outstanding.
PCC provided support to one of the practices featured in the report. For more information about our support for practice development email firstname.lastname@example.org.
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