A review of the current commissioning data set (CDS) submissions to secondary user service (SUS). Reporting on possible impacts on errors and NHS requirements, as well as an improved new submission processes for CDS to the NHS. Enabling a submission process from the client's PAS system to the translation companies for final submission. Also, closing the loop of reconciliation and providing more precise identification of possible data submission challenges. Working with the current PAS supplier and the client, to enable business process changes and ensure that it is seamless. Enabling also any local reporting to be centralised, and reported from a single source of information, meaning that CCGs will always get one version of the truth.
Many private providers who support the NHS through their AQP - Standard contracts have established local data flows to demonstrate the activity throughput. However, once the provider’s contract value rises above a contract manager’s threshold, a possible request for SUS is instigated. This then causes an internal knowledge gap between what is needed and how the system can handle it. We work closely with all stakeholders and ensure those clear milestones are put in place, to limit any contract implications and ultimately reduce the risk of financial penalties.
- Private Hospitals
- Venture Capitalists
- Health Economists
- Private Medical Insurance