Cracks in the pathway: People’s experiences of dementia care as they move between care homes and hospitals – Care Quality Commission [UK] – 13 October 2014

Posted on October 24, 2014. Filed under: Aged Care / Geriatrics | Tags: |

Cracks in the pathway: People’s experiences of dementia care as they move between care homes and hospitals – Care Quality Commission [UK] – 13 October 2014

Press release: Review of dementia care services shows too much variation – Care Quality Commission – 13 October 2014

“A major review into the care provided to people living with dementia by the Care Quality Commission found an unacceptable gap in the quality of care that means people are at risk of experiencing poor care as they move between care homes and hospitals.

The CQC carried out a themed review of dementia services in 129 care homes and 20 hospitals across England, looking specifically at four areas: how people’s care needs were assessed; how care was planned and delivered; how providers worked together and how the quality of care was monitored.”

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