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June 2017

July 16, 2017

A CQC review found that some providers were not giving learning from deaths, sufficient priority, and were missing valuable opportunities to identify and make improvements in quality of care. Learning from deaths of people in their care can help providers improve the quality of the care they provide to patients and their families, and identify where they could do more. The National Quality Board (NQB) introduced new guidance for NHS providers on how they should learn from the deaths of people in their care.

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