ProjectAssure gives you an integrated, simple way to keep an eye on the progress of any projects within your organisation. It can be used for anything from specific action plans to frameworks such as QIPP and CQUIN.

Using the same familiar screens as our other applications, this is quick to learn and easy to use. The views and dashboards give high-level information at a glance, and regular reports on the current state of projects can be scheduled to land in your inbox automatically to a pre-defined schedule.

ProjectAssure can be configured to your needs with any combination of Project Status, Project Risks, Action Plans and Key Performance Indicators (both financial and non-financial). The system can be flexibly configured to align with your current processes and terminology, which greatly enhances the system uptake across an organisation, as staff are already familiar with the workflow and language the system will be using. Individuals responsible for the projects, or any part of them, can be automatically prompted for updates which are completed via a simple one screen update process. These updates can then have a sign-off stage added to allow for greater oversight of projects & programmes, making for a highly robust process.

Links to documents and other HealthAssure applications can provide up to date evidence from across the organisation, while the projects themselves can be used to evidence improvements in other areas. This means that related projects can be linked together, giving project owners a full oversight of their scope of work.

What our customers have said…

"[ProjectAssure] provides both a Programme and Project management tool as well as an assurance tool for the CCG governing body. HealthAssure provides assurance against time, quality and financial impact of QIPP and other projects. It also allows the CCG to maintain a single live register of all projects that are underway and enables the CCG to monitor capacity for delivery of change and helps avoid duplication of work."

Programme Support Officer, NHS North Derbyshire CCG