About Us

QRS provides Peer-To-Peer reviews and other ‘whole pathway’ assessments for organisations in the NHS.

We are invited, not imposed. Our clients recognise they have an issue that needs developmental and supportive quality reviews, and that’s where we come in.

We are the only organisation of our kind to have UKAS accreditation, so we have an enormous emphasis on the quality of our services.

As a result, the reports we produce are hugely respected.

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We help

We help our clients by:

  • Developing evidence-based Quality Standards
  • Carrying out developmental and supportive quality reviews – often through peer review visits
  • Producing comparative information on the quality of services
  • Providing development and learning for all involved.


Expected outcomes are:

  • Better quality, safety and outcomes.
  • Better patient and carer experience.
  • Organisations with better information about the quality of clinical services.
  • Organisations with more confidence and competence in reviewing the quality of clinical services.

About the Quality Review Service

QRS is a collaborative venture by NHS organisations to help improve the quality of health services by developing evidence-based Quality Standards.

We carrying out developmental and supportive quality reviews (often through peer review visits).

QRS produce comparative information on the quality of services.

Our reviews provide development and learning for all involved.


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Meet the QRS team.



Comprising senior provider and commissioning leaders along with patient and service user representatives.


Quality Assurance Group

Ensuring the work of the Quality Review Service has quality oversight.



The Quality Review Service has a strong approach to governance.

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