- Independent services were twice as likely (33% compliant) to fail to meet these standards as NHS providers (68% compliant).
- Some assessment and treatment services admit patients to care for disproportionately long periods of time and discharge arrangements take too long to arrange.
- Of the 145 locations inspected, 69 failed to meet one or both standards and 35 failed on both standards.
- There were minor concerns over the locations that met both standards and only 35 fully met both standards with no concerns
- The locations were made up of 68 NHS assessment, treatment and secure services, including two residential care homes, while 45 were independent assessment, treatment and secure services.
- There were also 32 residential care homes included in the report.
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