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Variation in healthcare is a significant problem. Tracking evidence-based scientifically researched standards of care has been shown to:
- Improve clinical outcomes;
- Reduce the risk of complications;
- Prevent recurrences and readmissions; and
- Appropriately treat the majority of patients.
Clinical data registries play a vital role in the quality of healthcare. Registry abstraction, while voluntary in most areas of medicine, offer providers the opportunity to benchmark their quality metrics against reported outcomes and data.
Analyzing this data allows hospitals to look at specific diseases and processes within the organization to provide feedback to staff to do their job better.
Primaris is well versed in registry abstraction. Customers are realizing the timeliness, accuracy and consistency of Primaris abstraction gives their facilities better outcomes sooner so that they may implement quality improvement initiatives almost in real time.
Primaris currently abstracts
for the following registries:
The Society of Thoracic Surgeons National Database (STS)
• Adult Cardiac Surgery Database
• General Thoracic Surgery Database
ACC National Cardiovascular Data Registry (NCDR)
• ACTION Registry® – GWTG™ (Get With the Guidelines)
• CathPCI Registry®
• ICD Registry™
• PVI Registry™ (Peripheral Vascular Intervention)
• STS/ACC TVT Registry™
American Heart Association® Get With The Guidelines®
• Heart Failure
Society of Critical Care Medicine – Surviving Sepsis Campaign
American Society of Clinical Oncologists (ASCO) Quality Oncology Practice Initiative (QOPI)
American College of Surgeons (ACS) National Surgical Quality Improvement Program (NSQIP®)
Society of Cardiovascular Patient Care – Chest Pain Center Accreditation
Vermont Oxford Network
Metabolic and Bariatric Surgery Accreditation and Quality Improvement Program
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Read more about our registry abstraction
and the work we do here:
8 Clinical Data Registries that Improve Patient Outcomes
A look at eight registries you need to know and how clinical data registries play a vital role in healthcare quality.
Are Clinical Data Registries Improving Patient Outcomes?
A study published in the Journal for Healthcare Quality raises questions about the quality of data from more than 150 national clinical registries.
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TIME, our healthcare improvement model, has helped healthcare providers across the nation transform the way healthcare is delivered.