Quality Review Service

Part of the NHS available nationally.

QRS is an independent, impartial provider of peer-to-peer review services.

 

Following the NHS and Government advice, the QRS team are now home based.

Please contact us on qrs@nhs.net or see the contact details form on this website for our mobile numbers.

 

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QRS

A catalyst for improvement.

Supporting organisations in improving the quality of health services through reviews of the quality of clinical services

 

Following the NHS and Government advice, the QRS team are now home based.

Please contact us on qrs@nhs.net or see the contact details form on this website for our mobile numbers.

 

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QRS

QRS is the only health inspection body accredited by UKAS.

We are invited, not mandated.

 

Following the NHS and Government advice, the QRS team are now home based.

Please contact us on qrs@nhs.net or see the contact details form on this website for our mobile numbers.

 

Standards available

Quality Review Service

Part of the NHS available nationally.

QRS is an independent, impartial provider of peer-to-peer review services.

 

Following the NHS and Government advice, the QRS team are now home based.

Please contact us on qrs@nhs.net or see the contact details form on this website for our mobile numbers.

 

About Us Latest Updates
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Quality standards

View our complete evidence-based Quality Standards for a wide range of services. Quality Standards that may be used freely by NHS and social care organisations across the United Kingdom for the purpose of improving health services.

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Review programmes & reports

For the level of reporting that QRS provides, our comprehensive range of services provide extremely good value for money.

We don’t just look at one narrow aspect of patient care, our approach is to look at the entire patient pathway……

The patient voice is a strong element of our reviews.

We are extremely thorough.

Take a look at our latest reports

Performance of our review programmes

100% 75% 95% 0%

99.5% Satisfaction with QRS service

Updated September 2020, based on previous 12 months feedback

100% 75% 95% 0%

100% Draft reports to the Health Economy on time

100% 75 95 0%

100% Reports published on time

Why choose the Quality Review Service

QRS has a comprehensive range of services, and the assurance it provides is extremely good value for money.

QRS have published a range of standards in many clinical areas.

QRS reviews don’t just look at one narrow aspect of patient care, our approach is to look at the entire patient pathway. The patient voice is a strong element of our reviews.

Our key strengths are

–   a  peer to peer approach.

–   learning and improvement

–   a focus on good practice

–   a strong internal governance

We have a track record of high quality reviews spanning over 10 years.

 

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Organisations we have worked with

UK Forum on Haemoglobin Disorders

The United Kingdom Haemophilia Centre Doctors' Organisation

Local Eye Health Network

Canadian Haemoglobinopathy Association

Hestia

West Midlands Paediatric Critical Care Network

Isle of Man Government

Health Economies within the West Midlands

Black Country STP

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