Driving efficiencies through digital transformation
Digital transformation is key to ensuring better service user outcomes, staff satisfaction and efficient use of time and resources.
CQRS Local differs from CQRS National because it’s a new product which has been developed to provide support in the management of Local Incentive Schemes.
The CSU Collaborative wanted to develop a system which suits the needs of commissioners and providers across the country – this involved working with an end-user working group to help shape its functionality and to provide a one-stop solution for providers and commissioners to claim and manage locally driven schemes.
The pilot phase of the system implementation has helped to drive efficiencies through the use of CQRS Local, making it a flexible system for all who use it.
It is hosted on new technology, meaning that the current limit on the number of schemes offered can be increased.
Some of the Services used on CQRS Local now include:
- Asylum Seekers
- Care Homes Enhancement
- Care of the Homeless
- Clinical Waste Removal
- Eating Disorders Monitoring
- Inclusion Health
- Insulin Initiation
- Minor Surgery
- Proactive Healthcare
- PSA Monitoring
- Ring Pessary Service
- Shared Care
- Special Allocation Service
- Treatment Room
- Ukrainian Refugee Health Check