Reduce your medical compliance costs by up to 50% or more
Keeping your locum workers compliant and in line with the Department of Health and Care Quality Commission standards is a huge and costly undertaking for medical staffing agencies. No matter whether you are a small or larger agency supplier the cost of compliance is likely to represent approximately 40% of your net profit.
Find out how you can reduce your compliance costs with innovative candidate management solutions that put you back in control. COMPLi portal allows you to transfer your compliance risk and reduce your cost.
We assist agencies to manage their locum and flexible workforce to framework standards more efficiently, more cost effectively. Compliance costs can represent up to 3% of your revenue too. Be sure it’s working hard for you.
COMPLi is a total solution for all your compliance needs. The powerful IT application can drive and manage the compliance process so that you can;
COMPLi accelerates the compliance process by automatically initiating all aspects of compliance immediately candidate details are entered.
By far the greatest impact on overall cost is the cost of staff time and the impact of lost revenue caused by avoidable delay. COMPLi delivers genuine cost reductions without reducing quality.
The computer system at the heart of COMPLi automatically generates an audit trail that allows the client organisation to track the achievement of government framework standards. With 24/7 access, any where, any time you can keep control of your business in a more transparent way.
This means that the client has 24/7 access to the latest situation regarding all candidates from any location. Effective control is achieved by using robust business processes and exploiting the best available technical solutions.
Transfer your risk
We have the option for regulators to review our operations without notice and at any time of the day or night (weekends included). Any candidate given the green light by COMPLi cannot be anything other than 100% compliant.
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