Healthcare Improvement Scotland is the national inspection and improvement regulator. It works towards five key priorities: enabling people to make informed decisions about their care and treatment; helping health and social care organisations to redesign and continuously improve services; provide evidence and share knowledge that enables people to get the best out of the services they use and helps services improve; provide quality assurance that gives people confidence in the services and supports providers to improve; and making the best use of resources.

Regulators issue warning over IJB’s leadership
Concerns senior leadership ‘distant’ from frontline staff & board members not kept in the loop…
24/9/2019
NHS boards report thousands of ‘harm’ incidents
Regulator highlights variations in management of ‘adverse events’…
11/9/2019
New national health body to fight infections
Scottish Government commits to new body to improve standards at every stage of major infrastructure projects…
3/9/2019