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DoH expands CQC healthcare quality rating powers

January 2018, Digital Health Legal

Raj Gathani is quoted in a Digital Health Legal article regarding the UK Department of Health's decision to expand the Care Quality Commission's (CQC) quality rating powers. “In a sense, the announcement simply corrects an imbalance between NHS and private providers,” says Gathani. “The announcement comes after a year in which online doctor services have come under media and regulatory scrutiny. It may be that the CQC’s investigation of providers in this sector has confirmed that online GPs should come under the scope of rating.”

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