The acronym KLOE, stands for Key Lines of Enquiry.

The starting point for the inspection are the five key questions – are services safe, effective, caring, responsive and well-led?

A 'KLOE' is basically a set of 'key' questions the CQC will look at under each of five headings to reach a conclusion as to how your service should be rated.

 

 

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