AIHO’s response to consultation 2 of the CQC consultation on the ‘Next Phase’ of its regulatory model.
AIHO’s response to the CQC consultation on the ‘Next Phase’ of its regulatory model.
This document sets out the response from AIHO to the Health Select Committee with AIHO recognising the enormity of the context and challenge that Brexit poses for the government and the sustainability in health care.
A responses to The House of Lords Select Committee’s submission to the Long-term Sustainability of the NHS. AIHO touches on the key factors in the long-term sustainability of the NHS, such as resource issues, including funding, productivity, demand management and resource use.
This document sets out the response from AIHO to Rosa Wilkinson, Director, Business Engagement, Trade Policy discussing the uncertainty and instability that Brexit poses for both the Government and the future of health care.
This documents sets out the response from IHAS, a division of AIHO to the GMC Consultation about English language testing.
This document sets out the response from IHAS, a division of AIHO, to CQC regulatory fees.
This document sets out the response from IHAS, a division of AIHO, to the Department of Health’s proposed new fit and proper persons test.
This documents sets out the response from IHAS, a division of AIHO about the proposed new changes that CQC plan to introduce from October 2013 for all acute hospitals.
IHAS commented on proposed changes to strengthen patient involvement in their care. IHAS also provided information about ISCAS (Independent Sector Complaints Adjudication Service) and how the ISCAS complaints code relates to proposed changes in the NHS Constitution.
IHAS agreed with the main principles of the consultation however raised issue about the increase for fees for single speciality independent sector services for the coming year. IHAS recommended deferring this to the following year because CQC are then seeking to better reflect regulatory costs to fees payable by those registered.
IHAS response to this consultation about Responsible Officers was positive about the proposed inclusion of RMO organisations but raised a continued concern about the position of language testing provision for EEA doctors. IHAS supported the proposal to include an amendment that doctors connected to the independent sector organisation’s hospital where they have practising privileges, specifies that they are responsible for […]
In this response IHAS argues strongly that there is a continued need for self-regulation, in particular with the voluntary accreditation scheme shortly to be launched by the Professional Standards Authority. IHAS welcomes moves to improve the training and qualification standards required to carry out cosmetic interventions. IHAS highlights the disparity of regulation across the four […]
IHAS outlines key areas of the private healthcare sector in relation to the OFT’s proposals.