How auditing with AMaT leads to quality improvement

Use AMaT to manage Clinical Audits, Ward & Area audits, QI, service evaluation, patient/staff surveys, and NICE compliance through real-time data and action control.

Unlimited audits, unlimited users for a single, annual fee including setup and training. See how AMaT can pay for itself and even save you money.

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AMaT testimonials

I officially love AMaT! It's so easy to use, the functionality is fantastic and the support you guys provide with setting up and showcasing the system is phenomenal. Kelly Northcott-Orr, Head of Continuous Improvement, Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
AMaT has reduced the time taken to carry out an audit, and increased visibility of the process. Alison Leather, Clinical Audit & Effectiveness Manager, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust
One of the nurses was having to type up CQC spot checks on paper, at night and over the weekend. Now this is done in AMaT, the data and reports are all there. It has saved her a huge amount of time. Deborah Kershaw, Head of Outcomes and Assurance, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
The feedback we get is incredible. I have not had a single person use it and say they don't like it. Tracey Brailsford, Quality and Performance Lead, Derbyshire Community NHS Trust
The system is a game changer - it helps us to [capture evidence] in a measurable and manageable way. Natalie Morgan Thomas, Deputy Head of Clinical Audit and Lead Nurse for Clinical Effectiveness, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board
[AMaT has] this very democratic process for development. You don’t see that in other companies that provide similar services or software. Angela Ward, Clinical Audit and NICE manager, Oxford Health NHS Trust
There was nothing that did everything that we wanted it to do, for example ward audits and NICE compliance statements. [AMaT is the] solution that best meets our needs. Alison Leather, Clinical Audit & Effectiveness Manager, Lancashire Teaching Hospitals Trust
This is helping to ensure as a health board that we are cost effective, clinically effective and that we are providing the best opportunities and outcomes for patients. Natalie Morgan Thomas, Deputy Head of Clinical Audit and Lead Nurse for Clinical Effectiveness, Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board
With AMaT, we have a system to capture what activity is taking place, one that gives people ownership and puts names against actions, and one that provides visibility of how projects are progressing and who has completed what. Deborah Kershaw, Head of Outcomes and Assurance, Stockport NHS Foundation Trust

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What is AMaT ?

AMaT is an innovative system designed to make auditing easier, faster, and more effective.

Auditing is a vital part of healthcare, helping to improve patient care, manage risk, and comply with reporting requirements. But it is also time-consuming, labour-intensive, and often slow to deliver results and actions.

AMaT was created with NHS clinical audit teams to give you more control over your audit activity and to provide real-time insight and reporting for clinicians, wards, audit departments and healthcare trusts.

AMaT is easy to implement, and simple to use. Data can be input and accessed in real time on a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer, giving healthcare staff increased flexibility and mobility - and more time to spend with patients.

AMaT is intuitive and perfectly aligned with our processes. Our clinical colleagues are queuing up to use it. Steve O'Brien, Associate Director Quality, LTHTr

Because AMaT is a web-based system, you can securely share information with others instantly. What's more, it's customisable to meet the specific needs of your department or organisation.

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See audit results instantly

AMaT is designed around a dashboard system, which means the results of your audit and improvement data can be seen at a glance in easy-to-read graphical presentations.

Whether you need to share audit results trust-wide, or tailor them for specific specialities and divisions, AMaT will help you increase awareness and education throughout your organisation.

The dashboards provide clear visuals for your audit data, giving you real-time insight into how well you're performing, and providing the ability to react swiftly to implement change and improvements where necessary.

AMaT is intuitive and simple to use, but the technology behind it is powerful, enabling you to easily create and track hundreds of audits.

It works seamlessly with all elements of your audit process: upload files from other sources; create pro formas and questionnaires; send instant email notifications to co-workers for their input; submit reports to managers, and generate completion certificates - from your desktop or mobile device.

AMaT dashboards

With the user, for the user

AMaT is an audit management and tracking tool developed with the user, for the user. Representatives from all licensed organisations form the AMaT Super User Group which meets regularly to share best practice and discuss improvements.

These improvements are then voted upon and implemented as part of a quarterly development cycle. Additional development work forms the backbone of the AMaT system with entirely new modules such as Quality Improvement and Mortality and Morbidity Review being included in the license fee at no extra cost.

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AMaT supports

When your organisation takes AMaT , we will support you from implementation and training through to your day-to-day use - always available and at your side.

In addition, there are a growing number of ways in which we support the clinical audit community:

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AMaT podcast

The clinical audit and improvement podcast

We bring together experts to talk about a range of topics for the benefit of everyone involved in clinical audit and improvement projects across healthcare.

This month's guests

Isabel Dighero

Isabel Dighero is a core surgical trainee at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust.

Molly Nichols

Molly Nichols is a core surgical trainee at Barts Heath NHS Trust.

Management of suspected ureteric colic in A&E

The Clinical Audit Conference

The next Clinical Audit Conference takes place at The Lowry Hotel in Manchester on May 16th, 2024.

Once again, we will be welcoming audit professionals from across the country for a day of talks, presentations, and training.

Book a place today by visiting and follow us on X (Twitter) for all the latest updates #AMaT24.

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The conference has been fantastic. It's brought our community together. Craig Short, Quality Improvement Officer, Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

From Posters to Podcasts

The Clinical Audit Poster competition is back for its second year after a debut which, across three categories, received over forty entries and made for a popular display in the spectacular setting of The Lowry Hotel in Manchester. Submit an abstract by visiting
In addition to a packed programme, there will be a training session and of course lots of opportunities for delegates to network with other Trusts and Health Boards as well as submit ideas for the Clinical Audit and Improvement podcast.

For the benefit of everyone

Introduced in 2022, the Clinical Audit Conference is provided free for anyone working within audit and improvement in a healthcare setting. The community guides its programme and each year has seen new faces make their speaking debut. The Conference is a learning platform, not a sales opportunity, and has quickly become a nationally recognised highlight of the healthcare year.

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AMaT Academy

AMaT Academy is a new learning resource, designed to help our users get the most from AMaT.

The growing list of video tutorials include logging in, registering projects for Clinical Audit, Ward & Area, Cumulative, and QI, as well as managing statements of compliance, setting up inspections, understanding Mortality and Morbidity Review and more.

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AMaT Quarterly

The AMaT Quarterly is a newsletter to keep AMaT users up-to-date with development information, user feedback, clinical audit news, and more.

Each issue follows on from AMaT’s quarterly development updates and contains brief articles on a wide range of topics relevant to anyone working with clinical audit or quality improvement.

Readers are invited to submit articles, sharing their experience with others.

AMaT Quarterly newsletter

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An easy-to-use, robust clinical audit system built in collaboration with thirty-seven clinical audit & improvement teams

  • Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Stockport NHS Foundation Trust
  • Mersey Care NHS Foundation Trust
  • The Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust
  • Derbyshire Community Health Services NHS Foundation Trust
  • Leicester Partnership NHS Trust
  • Sherwood Forest Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • University Hospitals Bristol and Weston
  • Central London Community Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Spire Healthcare
  • Kttering General Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • University Hospitals of Morecambe Bay
  • Oxford Health NHS Foundation Trust
  • Cornwall Partnership NHS Foundation Trust - Royal Cornwall Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Withington, Wigan and Leigh Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Bridgewater Community Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Northamptonshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Nottinghamshire Healthcare NHS Foundation Trust
  • Isle of Wight NHS Trust
  • The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust
  • Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust
  • Royal Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
  • Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust
  • Northern Lincolnshire and Goole NHS Foundation Trust
  • Hull University Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Liverpool University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
  • Oxleas NHS Foundation Trust
  • Coventry and Warwickshire Partnership NHS Trust
  • Birmingham and Solihull Mental Health NHS Foundation Trust
  • Mersey and West Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust please
  • Cwm Taf Morgannwg University Health Board
  • Betsi Cadwaladr University Health Board
  • Hywel Dda University Health Board
  • Swansea University Health Board
  • Aneurin Bevan University Health Board
  • Cardiff and Vale University Health Board
  • Velindre University NHS Trust