This is the policy you hope you will never need to use. It is a requirement of Practice Standards that you have a procedure for responding to complaints.
The last thing any practitioner wants is to receive a complaint. Being equipped to recognise and respond to dissatisfaction quickly and effectively can prevent a complaint from escalating. You may practice in fear of receiving a complaint but being prepared with the knowledge of how to act will reduce your fear. If you receive a complaint you will know how to respond, and techniques to prevent escalation of the situation.
Fulfil the practice standards and be equipped with good procedures – be prepared. This policy has been read and approved by insurers.
- Recognise complaints early
- Equip your practice staff to know how to respond to complaints
- Know the actions to take if you receive a complaint
- Learn how to use complaints as a positive experience
- Understand what the duty of candour means for your practice
- Use the template complaints procedure for your website and practice
- Audit your complaints procedures
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