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Care Associations and Regulatory Bodies 

Care associations and regulatory bodies set the yearly agenda for
the care sector and Nourish maintains collaborative relationships with these organisations for the benefit of our customers.

Care Quality Commission (CQC)

The CQC is an independent regulator of health and social care in England, and its role is to ensure that care services meet the necessary standards of quality and safety. Nourish supports care providers in meeting CQC regulations by providing a platform for recording and monitoring the delivery of care, allowing for better management of the care process, and providing insights into areas for improvement and much more.

Care Inspectorate

The Care Inspectorate is a public body responsible for regulating and inspecting social care services in Scotland.

Nourish can demonstrate to the Care Inspectorate that the care provided meets regulatory requirements and is of a high standard. Nourish can also help care providers identify areas where improvements can be made, ensuring that the care provided is constantly evolving and improving.

Integrated Care Boards (ICBs)

ICBs bring together NHS trusts, local authorities, social care, and primary care partners to work collaboratively in planning, commissioning, and delivering health and care services. Together we leverage the vast amount of information and data available to provide valuable insights and dashboard reports for many ICBs around the country.


The PRSB (Professional Record Standards Body) is a not-for-profit organisation based in the United Kingdom that develops standards for health and social care records. Its primary goal is to improve the quality and safety of care by ensuring that health and social care records are accurate, complete, and shareable between different care providers. Nourish were the first to be accredited by the PRSB as a Quality Partner, working to promote best practice standards for care and over the last few years have collaborated and achieved accreditation of three standards.


CASPA aims to promote the use of technology in social care and to provide a platform for its members to share knowledge, expertise and experience. The association works closely with government agencies, regulators and other industry bodies to ensure that its members are at the forefront of developments in the social care sector. Nourish is a founding member of CASPA and by sharing our experience and expertise as social care technology providers, we can ensure that we’re building solutions that support the important work of care professionals and shape the future of digitally enabled healthcare.