Re: Practices in poor areas are more likely to face CQC sanctions
Can you see correlates between the gist of this article and the conditions surrounding the case of Dr Bawa-Garba?
Furthermore, the CQC says the poorer conditions should not be obstacles to outstanding care. Where is outstanding care when the media is replete with negative headlines, when 70 A/E consultants wrote to the government recently that patients were dying in their corridors?! Have we lost insight?
Ivory towers and grassroots come to mind....
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