We are proud to announce that Home Instead has once again topped an independent league table of quality home care providers in England.
The Care Compliance Monitor report is produced quarterly by healthcare information specialist LaingBuisson. It monitors the performance of more than 8,000 home care providers using data from the Care Quality Commission (CQC), the independent regulator of health and social care in England.
The report ranks home care providers according to the percentage of branches that have been inspected by the CQC and been rated as fully compliant with CQC standards.
For the tenth consecutive quarter, Home Instead has topped the table of national home care providers for the elderly, with 98.9% of inspected branches fully compliant with CQC standards.
“To maintain our number one position over such a long period is a fantastic achievement,” said Home Instead CEO Trevor Brocklebank.
“It is proof that Home Instead is delivering a consistently high standard of care across our UK-wide network, which is one of the largest in the country.
“It is also great news for our clients and their families – giving them added peace of mind and the reassurance that they are being supported by the leading provider in the field.”
The Care Quality Commission is the independent regulator of health and social care in England. It inspects and monitors a wide range of services, including: hospitals, care homes, GPs, community and home care services. http://www.cqc.org.uk
The latest LaingBuisson report shows that Home Instead achieved the highest CQC compliance score of any national home care provider for the elderly (a provider with 50 or more branches). Home Instead has consistently held this number one position since the report was launched in July 2013.