Policy statement on information security and governance

Document type
Policy briefing
Corporate author(s)
Care Quality Commission
Care Quality Commission
Date of publication
1 July 2016
Social Policy
Social welfare
Material type

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This policy statement sets out how CQC carries out its regulatory role with regard to the secure use of information by health and adult social care providers, and how data is handled securely in line with expected standards.

It also provides a response to the recommendations from the National Information Governance Committee, which gave independent and objective advice on development and delivery of CQC’s information governance monitoring functions.

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