The Care Quality Commission has recently published an update to their statement on modern slavery and human trafficking and a regulatory policy position on modern slavery and unethical international recruitment.
They have also published provider guidance on how they will report under the new regulatory approach.
CQC say once they have completed their assessment and the factual accuracy check process is over, they will publish a report of their findings. This information will be published in a different format from the inspection reports under the regulator's previous model. The biggest difference is that the information is all published on CQC's website rather than in a PDF document, though providers will still be able to download, print or share a copy of the report.
We understand links to these updates will be included the regulator's next provider bulletin.