CARE QUALITY ECOSYSTEMS

An exclusive service for nursing and residential care home managers

ABOUT CQE

Created by seasoned care home professionals

to safeguard vulnerable residents in care

WHY CQE?

Innovations that ensure safe care cultures, high retention

and continuing quality improvement.

CQE RESULTS

CQE provides the unique carer selection tool,

safe shift rota maker and revealing executive reports.

CQE ECOSYSTEM

Built on The Four Cornerstones of Great Care Culture

Which together ensure quality improvement and a high quality care culture.

CARE QUALITY ECOSYSTEMS

EXCLUSIVE TO NURSING AND RESIDENTIAL CARE HOME LEADERS & MANAGERS

MONTHLY INTELLIGENCE REPORTS – CARER RECRUIT RANKING –  SAFETY CERTIFICATES – ROTASAFE – CQC KLOE EVIDENCE

 Care home leaders are able to recognise variations in culture conditions.

 

CARE QUALITY ECOSYSTEMS

The power to understand and govern the human factor within care home cultures.

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The Development of The CQE Ecosystem

CQE’s system was designed to give Care Home leaders a robust process to improve their care home’s culture through successful recruitment and informed management decisions based on FACT. A care home’s safety is the overriding priority of every care home leadership team.

The CQE system has three levels of access: The first level allows care home leaders to use and experience the system in order to appreciate how it can help them to improve the their levels of excellence.

Perhaps more than anything else successful recruitment determines the success of an entire care home. The CQE system now makes this powerful process accessible to every care home leader.

Reading though this site you will learn how the innovative processes we have applied combine with ongoing research and development to deliver our objective – “To empower care home leaders to confidently build a loving, caring and happy care home culture – whilst simultaneously tracking and reporting its progress”.

Documentary Evidence for PIR

The CQE system adds a crucial evidenciary layer to the existing recruitment vetting and barring process.

This removes the guesswork from assessing new recruits whilst similtaneously generating reports that keep the management team better informed.

The required PIR for regulators can be supported with documents that prove compliance with the key lines of enquiry.

KLOE 1 – SAFE
KLOE 2 – EFFECTIVE
KLOE 3 – CARING
KLOE 4 – RESPONSIVE
KLOE 5 – WELL-LED

OUR VISION

That families will soon be able to confidently identify loving, caring and happy care home cultures from which they can confidently expect loving care for their loved ones.

OUR MISSION

To empower care home leaders to confidently build a loving, caring and happy care home culture – whilst simultaneously tracking and reporting its progress.

OUR VALUES

Caring, safeguarding & quality of life for vulnerable people in residential care home settings

OUR BELIEF

That the CQE ecosystem empowers any competent care home leader to verifiably build, create and maintain a safe, caring & happy culture

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