Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust improve record keeping efficiency
As one of the world’s foremost university teaching hospitals and one of England’s leading hospitals, Cambridge University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust provides local services to more than half-a-million people in the Cambridge area.
The trust previously used a paper-based quality management system (QMS) that was difficult to manage, and concluded that an electronic QMS would significantly ease the collation of the ever-increasing amount of mandatory documentation required to comply with Good Clinical Practice (GCP).
Since Q-Pulse has been implemented, both departments are on top of their SOP documentation, training records and equipment management.
- Achieved the highest standard of compliance, most notably in their recent MHRA GCP inspection wherein scrutiny of the system found zero non conformances
- The CCTU joined list of top research facilities by gaining registration with UK Clinical Research Collaboration network
- Document and information retrieval in seconds, quickening and easing inspections from bodies such as MHRA
- Up-to-date maintenance and equipment records
The accreditation of the Cambridge Clinical Trials Unit was a great achievement for us. Gaining registration by the UK Clinical Research Collaboration network added to our excellent reputation as one of the top research centres.