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  • CQC's State of Care report in October 2016 highlighted the continuing challenges for adult social care providers.  As CQC nears the end of its cycle to inspect all adult social care services by the end of March 2017, Bevan Brittan and Clydesdale Yorkshire Bank invite you to a briefing from Deborah Ivanova, CQC Deputy Chief Inspector Adult Social Care (London and the South) covering:

    • The current state of care (and comparisons) across the South West, South East, and London
    • What makes a difference between ratings?
    • CQC's strategy going forward

    The session will also provide an opportunity to network with other providers and advisers in the sector.

    Who Should Attend?

    • Health and Social Care Providers
    • Chief Executives
    • Finance Directors
    • Commercial Directors
    • HR Directors
    • Professional advisers to the sector including: accountants, valuers and surveyors

    Where can I contact the organiser with any questions?
    Please email us at events@bevanbrittan.com and a member of our events team will be in touch with you within 3 working days

    Can I invite my colleagues to this event?
    Absolutely. Feel free to forward them this invitation and ask them to register.

    I really want to attend but can't make the date. Will you repeat this event?
    Even though we may not repeat the specific drinks reception we will be holding other events that may be of relevance to you so please email events@bevanbrittan.com so we can ensure we send you an invitation to them.

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