CQC review finds specialist skills gaps in private sector nursing

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Staffing levels at independent acute hospitals are generally good but a review of provision by the Care Quality Commission has found not all nurses have the specialist skills they need.

A CQC report on the quality and safety of provision at the more than 200 independent acute settings it has inspected found most were providing good care, with 70% rated “good” or “outstanding”.​

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