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1 1 Regulatory reflections, prospects and priorities Andrea Sutcliffe Chief Inspector of Adult Social Care NCAS, 31 October 2014

2 9 Hello from David Behan

3 2 Our purpose and role Our purpose We make sure health and social care services provide people with safe, effective, compassionate, high-quality care and we encourage care services to improve Our role We monitor, inspect and regulate services to make sure they meet fundamental standards of quality and safety and we publish what we find, including performance ratings to help people choose care 2

4 3 The Mum Test Is it good enough for my Mum? Is it safe? Is it caring? Is it effective? Is it responsive to people’s needs? Is it well-led?

5 5 New approach to inspection Ratings Market oversight Supporting staff Building confidence Chief Inspector ASC: Priorities

6 6 Delivering on priorities (1) A New Start June 2013 Adult Social Care Services signposting document Oct 2013 New ASC directorate April 2014 Wave inspections *** ASC co-production groups/ task and finish groups/ roundtable groups *** Public steering groups/focus groups *** Provider and public online communities ASC provider handbook consultations April to June 2014

7 7 Delivering on priorities (2) KLOES & Ratings published September 2014 New approach inspections rolled out October 2014 State of Care Cracks in the Pathway First Ratings October 2014 New regulations including Fit and Proper Person and Duty of Candour introduced April 2015 All ASC services rated by March 2016

8 8 So what are we finding?

9 9 State of Care 2013/14: Variation

10 10 Adult social care

11 11 Dementia report: Cracks in the Pathway The quality of dementia care is variable – not everyone is meeting the standards we expect Across more than 90% of care homes and hospitals visited, we found some variable or poor care Transitions between services should be improved People are likely to experience poor care at some point

12 12 Dementia report: Cracks in the Pathway - Findings (1)

13 13 Dementia report: Cracks in the Pathway – Findings (2)

14 14 Dementia report: Cracks in the Pathway – Findings (3)

15 15 First inspections and ratings Outstanding Good Requires improvement Inadequate As at 30 October 2014

16 9 Embedding our methodology Corporate providers Market oversight Different models e.g. supported living Special measures and enforcement Next steps for CQC

17 9 Power of the Mum Test Importance of co-production Reflections (1)

18 6 Reflections (2) CQC has really changed

19 9 Social care is important… …but really challenged: Expectations Demand Resources Scrutiny Reflections (3)

20 9 Stand up for adult social care Priorities for social care leaders And…always remember why we do this Celebrate the good Challenge the bad Be positive and honest Work together

21 10 Always remember why we do this Copyright: Community Care

22 10 Always remember why we do this Copyright: Community Care

23 10 Always remember why we do this Copyright: Community Care

24 10 Always remember why we do this Copyright: Community Care

25 10 Always remember why we do this Copyright: Community Care

26 10 Always remember why we do this Copyright: Community Care

27 Andrea Sutcliffe Chief Inspector of Adult Social 27 Thank you


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