FPPR: CQC’s & University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust’s economy with the truth

“The trouble with our post Truth society and the deterioration of standards in public life is that trust is badly eroded, and little can be taken for granted. Deception and doubt are a self-replenishing toxin, concentrated by every additional casual lie and half truth. One hopes an antidote will come, but it is likely to take many years.”

Alexander's Excavations

By Dr Minh Alexander, NHS whistleblower and former consultant psychiatrist 30 September 2019


Summary: CQC arbitrarily rejected an FPPR referral on a director of University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust on spurious grounds that a GMC referral had to be resolved first, despite having accepted a previous referral on the same individual under exactly the same circumstance, and despite the existence of a current, active FPPR process. Ian Trenholm CQC chief executive has been asked to examine this anomaly and to consider, if appropriate, whether there has been any collusion between CQC and the trust to exclude relevant evidence from the current FPPR review. Alongside this bizarre refusal by CQC to accept an FPPR referral, the trust issued a misleading FOI response to a third party, claiming that there had never been any FPPR referrals about trust directors. The trust changed its story after the CQC was informed of…

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