CQC (Care Quality Commission) monitoroing deaths in homes
Death rates in care and nursing homes in England are to be monitored by the Care Quality Commission to try to identify problems at an earlier stage.
The regulator said it was piloting a system where a high number of deaths would trigger an investigation.
Care homes are required to report to the CQC when a resident dies - but the BBC's Panorama found that some homes had not been doing this.
The regulator has said it will consider sanctions for those that do not comply.
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