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…
NHS boards report thousands of ‘harm’ incidents
Regulator highlights variations in management of ‘adverse events’…
New national health body to fight infections
Scottish Government commits to new body to improve standards at every stage of major infrastructure projects…