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The EcoSystem explained

The Quris EcoSystem is a not-for-profit community of sharing for healthcare providers across the globe.  The EcoSystem makes freely available our partner's clinical resources, such as: guidelines, pathways, protocols and decision support resources.  These shared resources can be used 'as is' and cover a wide range of specialities including:

  • Emergency Medicine, Paediatrics, Obstetrics, Gynaecology, Covid-19, Psychiatry, Dental, Antimicrobial, Dermatology, Trauma and more...

More resources are being added all the time.  Our partners include: University of Washington Medicine, University of Michigan Medical Center and NHS Scotland.

How does it work?

1. Our partner organizations use the Quris platform to create and manage clinical guidelines and/or patient resources using standardized templates which are then made available within their own organisation.

2. Contributing partners then select 'what' and 'how' they wish to make freely available their resources within the Quris EcoSystem.  They have complete control over what is shared.

3. Any healthcare provider (they don't have to be a Quris client) can sign-up to freely access any of the resources shared on the EcoSystem.  It's as simple, but powerful, as that!

What resources can you access and share within the EcoSystem?





Induction materials


Antimicrobial guidance


What's good about the EcoSystem?

Free, now and always

We and our contributing partners are offering the Quris EcoSystem as a not-for-profit venture.

Available anytime, anywhere

Your organization will be able to access resources within the Quris EcoSystem on any device at any time.

Quality resources

The best clinical resources from the world's best healthcare institutions.

Quick access

Just contact us (see below) and we'll get you set up in no time. You need to be a healthcare provider in order to register.

Quris EcoSystem

Free, quick and simple access

Contact us to get access to the expanding range of guidelines, protocols, pathways and other clinical resources available from our contributing partners.