Helping care homes to apply quality standards to improve patient care

Who is accreditation for?

Care homes in the UK are under pressure to enhance their care services and to demonstrate quality of service and processes. If your care organisation is committed to delivering the highest quality services then accreditation could be right for you.

An accreditation programme offers a framework of standards for continuous quality improvement, whether you are starting from a place of needing improvement or already performing at an outstanding level.

It provides independent assurance to patients, staff and stakeholders that you are providing safe and affective services built around the patient.

Accreditation helps to:

  • demonstrate credible and independent recognition of your commitment to quality and process improvement
  • deliver better and safer care that is assessed against evidence-based standards
  • enhance staff experience and help with staff retention.
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A tailored accreditation programme for care homes

CHKS, part of Capita, has been at the forefront of developing and implementing quality improvement systems for health and care facilities for over 25 years and our standards are mapped to the requirements of the Care Quality Commission, HIQA and ISO9001:2015.

Recognised by the Care Quality Commission and supporting you to achieve the Framework for Enhanced Care Homes, we empower care leaders to successfully identify and drive improvements across critical success areas such as patient care, risk management and clinical effectiveness.

Our tailored care home accreditation programme allows the focus to be drawn to the specifics of the care home environment.

Find out more about the different quality standards our accreditation programme covers and how this can benefit your organisation.

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How good quality community intelligence can improve health and social care

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