The CSU Collaborative has operated the Calculating Quality Reporting Service (CQRS) system in England since 31 October 2020.
Working together with NHS England, they manage the continued provision and development of the CQRS National payment system which facilitates payments in support of the GP contract for Directed Enhanced Services.
Alongside the transfer of CQRS National, the CSU Collaborative has also developed CQRS Local to support commissioners to manage locally enhanced schemes.
As such, this website is the new central point of information for all content related to CQRS, as well as access to the system.
What does this mean for me?
A structured transition between suppliers has ensured the continued provision of the CQRS system without interruption for end users.
There are no major changes to the look, feel, and functionality of the system at this time; therefore, no action is required from practices or commissioners.
I am new to CQRS, how do I get an account?
If you are a new GP practice user who requires access to CQRS at practice level, you can refer to a member of the practice with the user admin permission. If there are no users in the practice to action this, you will need to contact your commissioning organisation.
If you are a new user requiring CQRS access to a commissioning organisation, then either a member of the commissioning organisation or the commissioning region can action this and create you a new account.
All users can access the central service desk, if they should experience any issues with the system. This is a single service desk which resolves issues with both CQRS Local and CQRS National.
If you have any queries, or are experiencing problems with the CQRS system, you can log a call with the service desk – please email: email@example.com or call 0330 124 4039.
Sign in to the CQRS login page using your NHS mail account.
You can find information on each of the services that are accessible through CQRS.