Safety fears in two-thirds of England's A&Es, inspectors say



Safety concerns have been raised about two-thirds of A&E units in England, with inspectors blaming underfunding of council care services for causing overcrowding in hospitals.
The Care Quality Commission review said emergency care was one of the poorest-performing parts of the system.
It cited safety as a major weakness, with 22 of 184 units rated inadequate and another 95 requiring improvement.
The government said extra money was being put into services to help.
But the CQC questioned whether this was enough.
The regulator said rationing of council care, including access to home help... read more

 
13 October 2016 in Regional, Views: 63
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