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CQC Evidence Categories 1 - 6.

Since August 2023 Bettal has written 6 informative stories about each of the CQC Evidence Categories. These 6 stories, written by Bettal Consultant Peter Ellis are below.


Many providers and registered managers are worried about what the CQC’s single assessment framework means for them and what is going to change. Many are uncertain about the change in terminology and what that requires from their service. In this blog we will take a look at the evidence categories, starting with processes which appears to be the most misunderstood category. We will consider what it means for providers and how Bettal can help.


At Bettal, we would really like you to be in the group of providers who are prepared for the new regime because you understand what it will mean for you. In a previous blog we considered the evidence category process, in this blog we will consider what CQC mean by the evidence category outcomes.


In this blog we will take a look at the evidence category, observation and consider what this means for providers of social care as well as how Bettal can help.


In this blog we will take a look at the evidence category, feedback from staff and leaders and consider what this might mean for providers of social care as well as how Bettal may be able to help.


In this blog we will take a look at the evidence category, People's experience of health and care services, and consider what this might require from providers of social care in the way of evidence collection as well as how Bettal may be able to help with fulfilling these requirements.


In this blog we will take a look at the evidence category, feedback from partners, and consider what this might require from providers of social care in the way of evidence collection as well as how Bettal may be able to help with fulfilling these requirements.

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