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Tough targets for suspended Clinicenta

7th May 2010

A private provider which was suspended amid concerns over patient safety has been set tough new quality targets.

NHS managers are drawing up an ‘assurance framework’ to satisfy the Care Quality Commission that Clinicenta, whose contract with 20 London PCTs has now entered a sixth month of suspension, is fit to start treating their patients again. Its contract in the capital was suspended in November after NHS London launched an investigation into the death of a patient and the CQC claimed it may have put patients at risk.


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Article Information

Title: Tough targets for suspended Clinicenta
Author: Mark Nicholls
Article Id: 14814
Date Added: 7th May 2010



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