In the next step of development of formal registers for aesthetics practitioners and premises, the JCCP (Joint Council for Cosmetic Practitioners) has announced its technology partners.
The development of Registers for aesthetics practitioners and premises is an important development in the aesthetics industry as it represents a major step in the development of self-regulation.
The JCCP has undertaken an open, thorough and transparent procurement process to identify potential contractors. The JCCP Procurement Panel has agreed to enter formal contract negotiations as follows:
Management of the technology platform for the registers
This contract for the Practitioner and Education and Training Registers technology has been awarded to HF Resolution, a company which runs consumer redress schemes and is part of a group of companies with 20 years’ experience in the cosmetic industry.
HF Resolution Managing Director Tim Frome said,
“We are delighted to be chosen as the preferred supplier to build and manage the technology platform which will be used to run the Practitioner and Education/Training JCCP registers. We will use our experience in building and running platforms suitable for managing high volume membership schemes to provide the best possible solution to the JCPP. We are fully engaged with the JCCP objectives and look forward to assisting the JCCP in achieving its core aims of improving standards and consumer confidence in the cosmetic industry.”
Collection of Patient and Treatment Data
The contract to collect data on complications and adverse incidents has been awarded to Treatments You Can Trust (TYCT) in partnership with Northgate Public Services. Treatments You Can Trust already operate an accredited ‘register of practitioners of injectable cosmetic interventions’ and it has been agreed that this will be integrated into the new JCCP Register. Northgate Public Services run a range of services designed to improve patient outcomes within the aesthetics industry.
Peter Rottier, Healthcare and Innovation Partnership Director at Northgate Public Services said:
“We welcome this opportunity to bring our experience of running registries in the non-surgical and surgical sectors to the project, ensuring that the CPSA, JCCP, practitioners and the public will have access to the information they need. We will work alongside the team at TYCT to deliver a data service that supports patient safety and aims to improve patient outcomes, as well as support the public with making informed choices.”
Sally Taber, Director of Treatments You Can Trust said:
“We are delighted that ‘Treatments You Can Trust’ (TYCT) has been selected in conjunction with Northgate Public Services to enter into formal contract negotiations with the JCCP/CPSA over the data collection role.”
More information on
- The formation of the CSA and JCCP
- What is the JCCP?
- JCCP Update
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