The Herald Society has reported on the Care Commission’s new corporate plan – saying the blueprint promises care users will be protected durin a period of upheaval for scrutiny bodies.
Society is a weekly section in the Glasgow-based quality newspaper and is considered one of the most influentaial media voices in Scotland’s public sector.
In an arcitle by Society Editor Stephen Naysmith, the publication reported in depth on the Care Commission’s corporate plan, which is its vision to continue improving care standards over the next two years.
The article, headlined, Merging agencies ‘will not compromise care services’, focuses particularly on the promise by Chief Executive Jacquie Roberts that the merger of scrutiny bodies will not have an adverse effect on effective regulation.
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