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CQC issue update on Allied Healthcare market oversightCQC issue update on Allied Healthcare market oversight

Further to the announcement in April of Allied Healthcare's intention to apply for a Company Voluntary Arrangement (CVA) in order to re-structure its debts, the Care Quality Commission have today (6th November) issued a statement on their website saying that Allied have "failed to provide adequate assurance regarding future funding" (beyond 30th November) and outlining the actions CQC are now taking. These include writing to all 84 local authorities affected and relevant CCGs.

A full copy of the statement is available on the CQC website.

The immediate priority is to ensure disruption to services provided to people is minimised. UKHCA has spoken with ADASS to discuss what steps councils are taking in this regard, and will pass on any information on how this affects the remaining UK administrations when it becomes available.

Statement by Care Minister Caroline Dinenage MP

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UKHCA News ID: 234880

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