A man uses digital technology to meet cqc standards

Technology continues to be one of the dominant themes of conversation in home care, and as the Care Quality Commission progresses with its ‘digital first’ strategy from mid-2021, we’ll see an even greater focus on the application of technology in the sector.

About the CQC

About CQC inspections

CQC inspections are an important part of regulating health and social care providers in England. Depending on the type of inspection, providers will be asked about all or some of the key lines of enquiry. So how can technology assist providers to meet the CQC standards and answer the five KLOEs?

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CQC guidance on using technology in care

The CQC has made ‘encouraging innovation’ one of its strategic priorities, recognising that digitally-enabled care can offer significant benefits to people who use services and those who run and deliver them. We explore what providers can be doing now to improve quality and look ahead to what the future holds for the sector.

It’s a hugely exciting time for embracing the potential of technology, but it’s important to remember the care that’s at the centre of it. People’s quality of life and wellbeing, in some cases people’s lives, is dependent on the technology that we introduce into home care. And as technology providers, we have a responsibility to remember that as we strive to better our tech.

To find out more about how we think technology can enhance the delivery of care, download our guide – Outstanding Home Care: How Unique IQ’s technology answers the 5 key lines of enquiry