Most good practices will have a competent range of policies to start with and there should be no need to revise these.

The CQC regulations do not focus on having the "ultimate collection" of policies, but rather on how effectively you put them to practice and the level of evidence you have to prove this to an independent auditor. Your focus should be more on the day to day process and evidence of compliance and good practice.

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