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CQC fee hike 'disappointing'

3rd February 2011

The NHS Confederation has expressed disappointment at plans by the Care Quality Commission to raise registration fees by up to 67%.

This is despite a CQC promise to make the system cost neutral. In a response to the CQC consultation on fee increases, the Confederation said the rise would be a major cost pressure for NHS providers “who are already having to make major real savings in response to the current difficult financial climate” although the confederation does agree with banding trusts depending on their size.

 

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Article Information

Title: CQC fee hike 'disappointing'
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 17448
Date Added: 3rd Feb 2011

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