CDRC continues to improve care and safety of patients by identifying undiagnosed, misdiagnosed conditions or those that are coded incorrectly and therefore allowing clinicians to provide the appropriate care at the right time. CDRC during the 21-22 impact period has received significant funding from NECS, AHSN NENC and CBC Health as well Digital First Primary Care which has enabled CDRC to deliver high standard patient care. We have recruited two new members to the team including a clinical EMIS developer and a Project Support Officer. We have formed a new partnership relationship with PRIMIS Cumbria which has dramatically improved CDRC’s EMIS offer to the NENC region. We have developed commercial products focusing on Blood Borne Viruses, Bone Health, and Rare Diseases, in addition NHS regional resource development has focused on Long Term Condition Management, Weight Management, Condition Reviews, 2 week Weight Referral, Lipid Management and many more. Finally, we have just completed a regional evaluation of CDRC that suggests that if the CDRC tools were implemented in general practices across the country, there would be a significant effect on the detection and management of several LTCs, as well as improved uptake in vaccination and bowel cancer screening programmes. In addition, Quality and Outcomes Framework (QOF) payments to practices have the potential to increase, through the increased detection and therefore prevalence of conditions considered for QOF payment.