Health insurers commit to sharing healthcare data with CQC

Four health insurers have committed to sharing information about the quality and safety of independent healthcare services with the Care Quality Commission (CQC). AXA, Bupa, Aviva and VitalityHealth have signed Memorandum of Understanding agreements with the regulator, which says it will use the data they provide to improve how it monitors quality and safety of…

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