Allied Healthcare is seeking to transfer or sell all of its home care contracts to other providers in the wake of CQC’s damning notice on its finances.

The care regulator issued a warning to the major home care provider earlier this month about its financial instability and said that it was its legal duty to notify the 84 local authorities affected.

The CQC’s chief inspector of adult social care Andrea Sutcliffe said it was a “very unsettling time for everyone who uses Allied Healthcare’s services,” and since then many local authorities have taken steps to find new providers.

Full story NHE, 19 November 2018

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