CQC Warns Care Agency to Improve its Treatment Records
Some concerns have been raised by the Care Quality Commission (CQC) regarding standards of care provided by Claire Meade Care Limited trading as Caremark (Bradford). The agency, located in Laisterdyke, Bradford, offers home care to children, youngsters and adults.
A survey was conducted by the CQC inspectors to gather views of people regarding care being offered to them by the Claire Meade Care Limited. They also analyzed the sample of care and treatment records and the means by which they are being offered to the needy.
After completing the process of inspection, the CQC found that the home care provider agency was failing to meet 75% of its standards.
Some issues have been reported by the CQC, which people were facing while dealing with the home care provider. First is that medicines were not properly prescribed to the patients and they were also not given proper guidance.
Along with this, there were inaccuracies in personal care and treatment records an also in administered medicines. The CQC inspectors have warned the home care agency to bring urgent improvements in its records keeping.
Claire Meade, the company’s MD, said: “Welfare, safety and quality of care to all our customers is of paramount importance to us”.
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