Enabling those who commission, deliver and receive healthcare to measure and improve healthcare services.
Using data for improvement
As the UK’s largest national clinical audit commissioner, we have highly-specialist expertise to support you.
Development and innovation
We have a wealth of experience working with - and influencing - policy makers, healthcare funders and service providers
Our unrivalled network of multi-professional experts can help you achieve the change you need.
Understanding the difference you make
We can help you to evidence your performance and identify opportunities for progress.
Who we work with
20 Oct 2021NEW REPORT: Spotlight on Early Years »
A new report from HQIP calls for changes to audit reporting to enable better understanding of healthcare, specifically in relation to health inequalities. Spotlight on Early Years, which is based on data spanning four years, aims to improve health outcomes for all, in light of an increased focus on a variation in care as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.
19 Oct 2021National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme 2022/23 – Applications now open »
The National Medical Director’s Clinical Fellow Scheme provides doctors in training with the unique opportunity to spend 12 months working in national organisations, to develop a range of enhanced leadership, policy, project, and communication skills. The scheme aims to equip trainees with the skills required to lead effectively, in preparation for future leadership roles. Clinical fellows are immersed in organisations such as HQIP, NHS England and NHS Improvement, HEE,GMC, CQC, NICE and BUPA and lead on projects that contribute to national healthcare priorities.
5 Oct 2021Future Opportunity: National Cancer Audit Collaborating Centre »
HQIP plans to commission five new national clinical audits to improve care quality and outcomes, and reduce unwarranted variation in the following clinical areas: