CQC chief to chair trust with integrated GPs

The chief inspector of general practice at the Care Quality Commission has been appointed to chair a trust which runs a high-profile GP integration model.

Steve Field, chief inspector for general practice, primary medical services and integrated care for the CQC, has been appointed as chair of The Royal Wolverhampton Trust.

The trust runs eight GP practices in its area and is recognised as being one of the first trusts to launch a large-scale vertical integration model with primary care.

Full story: HSJ, 27th February 2019