CQRS National

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The CSU Collaborative has operated the Calculating Quality Reporting Service (CQRS) system in England since 31 October 2020.

Working together with NHS England, we manage the continued provision and development of the CQRS National payment system. Ultimately, the CQRS National system facilitate payments in support of the GP Contract for Directed Enhanced Services (DES).

Its use is a mandatory requirement by NHS England. Information is automatically collected by CQRS National from practice clinical records systems through the General Practice Extraction Service (GPES). CQRS National calculates a Quality Service Achievement based on the data received, and relevant payments are made.

Alongside CQRS National, the CSU Collaborative also developed CQRS Local to support commissioners with managing voluntary Locally Enhanced Schemes (LES).

Find out about the services that are accessible through CQRS.

I am new to CQRS, how do I get an account?

If you are a new GP practice user requiring access to CQRS at practice level, you need to speak to a member of your practice who has user admin permission. As if there are no users in the practice with user admin permission, you will need to contact your commissioning organisation to request account access.

However, if you are a new user within a commissioning organisation and require CQRS access, either a member of your organisation or the commissioning region can create a new user account for you.

All users can access the central CQRS Service Desk, if you experience any issues with the system. This is a single service desk which resolves issues for both CQRS National and CQRS Local .

Should you have any queries, or are experiencing problems with the CQRS system, please log a call with the CQRS Service Desk –email: support@cqrs.co.uk or call 0330 124 4039

Sign in to the CQRS login page using your NHS mail account.