CQC inspections and Significant Event Analysis

Our GP support team have seen an increase in the number of ‘Inadequate’ and ‘Requires Improvement’ CQC reports which identify the lack of awareness, discussion and/or documentation of Significant Event Analysis (SEA) by practices as a problem.

We suggest practices read this page detailing the CQCs view of SEA and what they are looking for during an inspection. It is also worth bearing in mind SEAs also form an important part of a doctor’s appraisal.

Last updated : 18 Apr 2018

 

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GDPR latest news (13 Apr 2018)

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GP Trainee Subcommittee elections (13 Apr 2018)

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Tips of the month April 2018 (13 Apr 2018)

We provide weekly tips based on common queries which come through to us from London GPs and practice teams. These are shared via social media and collated for...
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Home Office use of patient data: our first duty is to our patients and to do no harm (13 Apr 2018)

Dr Jackie Applebee, Chair of Tower Hamlets LMC, outlines her concerns about NHS Digital data sharing MOU with the Home Office and its implications for the doctor / patient relationship. ...
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LMC advice on SystmOne instant messaging service (13 Apr 2018)

In January 2009, TPP released new functionality to SystmOne allowing users to send instant messages to any other member of staff logged on to SystmOne at their organisation. This means...
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