The Care Quality Commission (CQC) want to "inspire" workers looking after elderly and adults patients to provide better care, the new head of the CQC told Daybreak.
Andrea Sutcliffe denied a ratings system for care homes would create a divide between outstanding facilities, which would become oversubscribed, and other homes which had not done so well.
She explained: "What we want to do is to encourage people to improve so that we don't get into that situation. We need to make sure that there are good services available."
More top news
Naming the royal baby Charlotte Elizabeth Diana will be seen as a tribute to the Duke of Cambridge's father, mother and grandfather.
Nick Clegg reads out hilarious mean tweets about himself and discovers the public think he has a 'gigantic face' and 'massive hands'.
Cloud and rain will wriggle it's way into the Channel Islands, Cornwall and the Isles of Scilly later and here it'll feel muggy.