NHS regulator wants 'swift change'
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) is promising "swift change" as it attempts to relaunch itself amid criticism of its performance.
The health and care regulator has been under fire with critics saying it has lost sight of safety.
Ministers have already announced the creation of a new hospitals chief inspector post and a ratings system.
Launching its 2013-16 strategy, the CQC said it would also be looking to beef up its inspection process.
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