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We hear suggestions that CQC is no different from QOF, perhaps with a couple of more items on the list. This is absolutely incorrect. Whilst there is an overlap on some administrative compliance requirements, QOF predominantly concentrates on clinical performance whereas the CQC requirements cover the overall performance of the organisation, focusing more on the safety aspects and patient facing aspects of your delivery.

It is true to say that QOF clinical governance and performance is one aspect of quality that a CQC inspector may look at, but it is only a part of the overall examination.

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