Comprehensive Area Assessment (CAA): Framework document – [UK] National Audit Office

Posted on April 8, 2009. Filed under: Health Mgmt Policy Planning, Health Policy | Tags: |

Comprehensive Area Assessment:  Inspectorates unveil revolutionary assessment framework

The Audit Commission and five partner inspectorates have announced plans for a radical shake-up of the way public services in England are inspected and reported on.

The plans are set out in ‘Comprehensive Area Assessment (CAA): Framework document’.

The framework sets out how, from 1 April, the six independent inspectorates – which also includes the new Care Quality Commission, HM Inspectorates of Constabulary, Prisons and Probation, and Ofsted – will be working to gather information and make joint assessments about public services in every area of England. These will be published on a new website to be launched by the end of the year.

The assessments will describe how the health, wealth, well-being and safety of people in every area in the country is progressing against agreed local priorities, highlighting particular successes, and flagging up where things are not on track.

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