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CQC Registration Support

Registering with the CQC is the first challenge any new healthcare provider will face. That’s why we make sure you are fully prepared for every element of the process.

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Taking the first step can sometimes be the hardest when setting up a new organisation, which is why at TwentyOne12 we can support you from the very beginning

What Does CQC Registration Entail?

Understandably, health and social care services need to be well-regulated, to ensure that the care they provide is of a proper standard. As such, individuals or organisations that want to provide health and social care services are required to be registered and regulated by the Care Quality Commission (CQC).

There are a variety of services that need to be registered under CQC guidelines, and each service offered by a provider must be noted individually on the registration. These include, personal care, nursing care, midwifery, accommodation for people receiving personal care, and surgical procedures among others. As such, a variety of providers – from a person starting a home care business to private clinics – must register with the CQC.

When you first show interest in registering with the CQC they will arrange an initial interview to ensure you are able to provide a fully regulated and compliant service. As you progress, the CQC will carry out inspections that ensure you are complying with the Fundamental Standards of Care and use the Key Lines of Enquiry to assess how your service is working alongside these standards.

We will guide you through this process, ensuring you are confident, knowledge and prepared for your CQC interview – we will leave no stone unturned.

How Can We Help You?

At TwentyOne12, alongside our sister company, CQC Compliance, we will assist you throughout your CQC application and help you become successfully registered.

We will get to know you and your company and create a bespoke package to help you register successfully. We can also provide a full suite of bespoke policies and procedures to help you become a fully compliant with the CQC.

How Do We Do This?

We offer tailored support covering all 15 areas of regulated activity in the UK, providing guidance and assistance for any CQC-regulated organisation – from care homes and clinics to GPs and dentists. Our specialist team are always on hand to guide you through the multiple stages of CQC registration.

CQC Registration is divided into 8 parts:
  1. Who? – Tell them who you are. This is important to allow them to gain an insight into you and your intentions.
  2. What? – What services are you looking to deliver as part of your provider?
  3. Where? – Where are you looking to locate your provider?
  4. When? – When do you intend to start?
  5. How? – Parts 5 and 6 involve the Standards of Practice, Regulation and Required Documents. This outlines what you’ll need to register with the CQC and how you intend to carry out your services.
  6. Documents – Along with Part 5, this involves the Standards of Practice, Regulation and Required Documents.
  7. Review – You will be required to review your application, ensuring you’ve filled it out correctly and in full.
  8. Declaration – This part of your registration requires your signature, stating that all the information you provided is accurate.

We are here to support you throughout the registration process and guide you on how to accurately fill out this form. Our service is led by an expert team of CQC Registration Managers, Clinical Nurse Leads, former CQC Inspectors and an NHS Clinical Governance Director.

At TwentyOne12, we offer an all-in-one solution. We will make sure you are registered with the CQC and provide you with exceptional marketing material and brand strategy. Our start-up support can help you to create a business plan, a website and establish effective and creative marketing for your provider.

Get in touch with us today to discuss our suite of services and how we can support your organisation.

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