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Professor David Haslam says the CQC will iron out problems with registration. Nick Bostock reports.
Former RCGP chairman Professor David Haslam has taken on the unenviable task of persuading GPs that registration with the Care Quality Commission (CQC) will not live up to their worst fears.
Now GP registration lead at the CQC, he admits the process is a 'headache' for GPs reeling from sweeping NHS reforms, budget cuts and revalidation.
He accepts too that GPs have every right to question the CQC's ability to deal with them fairly and competently. The CQC exited 2011 amid calls for the heads of its senior executives after the National Audit Office (NAO) warned it did not offer value for money, and following a …