Leeds CCG full steam ahead with Providers

Leeds CCG have adopted PAC as their primary tool for Compliance and Licensing management with Care Providers.

Bringing together an innovative set of Audits and Evidential Assurance key data is gathered on a scheduled basis and automatically compiled for decision supporting.

Licensing criteria makes up a large part of the solution allowing the admin team to see at a glance if providers are conforming to the agreement and highlighting any ares where focus is needed.

Read the full Case Study here

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