CQC adult inpatient survey results
CQC asked over 75,000 people who stayed in hospital for at least one night during July 2019 about their care.
They found that the majority of people asked were happy with the care they received, had confidence in the doctors and nurses treating them and felt their fundamental needs were met.
But survey respondents were less positive about arrangements and information received when leaving hospital, and access to support and further services once at home. This was a particular concern for people who self-reported as being frail.