Patients asked to vet standards of hospital care
Patients are being asked for their views on a radical overhaul of care standards for NHS hospitals in England.
The Care Quality Commission (CQC) has outlined its new plans to judge doctors and nurses on key patient rights such as the right to enough food and drink.
The aim is to avoid another scandal like that at Stafford Hospital, where hundreds of patients died amid appalling levels of care.
The CQC admits its inspections have been less than ideal in the past.
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