The Clinical Audit Support Unit (CASU) is a provider of national clinical audits, formerly known as the National Clinical Audit Support Unit (NCASP).
The CASU service provides a wealth of clinical audit, project management, analytical expertise, informatics and practical experience to any new audit venture.
Our current, varied, portfolio spans across both primary and secondary care and includes diabetes, heart disease and cancer.
The audits provide access to accurate and comparative data so that care can be assessed against agreed clinical standards and used to improve patient outcomes.
The audits also support a number of national initiatives:
- Regulation of Health Professionals
- National Cancer Peer Review
- Care Quality Commission Reviews
- Quality Accounts
- NICE and Professional Guidance
- Commissioning Outcomes Framework
- Clinical Indicators
- NHS Choices
- Peer Review Publications
- Cancer Reform Strategy
- National Service Framework
CASU commissioners include the Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership, Department of Health, NHS England, Royal College of Surgeons and University of York.