Quality Improvement for Institutions


An Online Education Tool to Enhance Clinical Practice and Patient Outcomes

Use the QII Learning Center to help you stay fully up to date and maximize your work in quality improvement. It is flexible to everyone's needs, with extensive resource options to select from based on how participants would like to learn. This online resource is free for current participants - in both NCDR and Accreditation programs - and will help to ensure you get the most out of the registries, Accreditations and quality improvement tools and programs available.

The QII Learning Center is organized by the following sections to help you navigate what you want to focus on:

  • NCDR Continuing Education (CE) Credit Options
  • NCDR Non-CE Credit Options
  • NCDR Case Scenarios
  • Quality Summit
  • Accreditation Option

There is something for everyone. New courses and education is continually being added and updated. Discover the newest ones below:

  • NCDR Overview
  • Cardiovascular Program Coordinator Course
  • Cardiac Catheterization Lab (CCL) Accreditation Overview
  • Quality Check Essentials

Access the 2022 Quality Summit Presentations Now
Presentations from the 2022 ACC Quality Summit are now available in the QII Learning Center. Gain critical insights and inspiration from the foremost cardiovascular leaders and experts who were at the meeting, from the comfort of your home or office. Once logged in to the Learning Center, navigate to your resources on the left side and then click on 'Learning Center' to choose the presentation you want to view first!

Ways to Access the Learning Center

Facilities participating in any NCDR Registries:

  • Go to https://www.ncdr.com/WebNCDR/Login
  • Login using your Participant ID, Username and Password
  • Select a registry
  • Navigate to the Left menu - click 'Resources' – 'Learning Center'

Facilities that only participate in ACC Accreditation Services:

  • Go to https://alm.acc.org/
  • Login using your Username and Password
  • Navigate to the Left Menu - 'Additional Resources' – 'ACC Learning Center' tab

Who do I contact to discuss this topic further?

  • Facilities participating in NCDR should email: ncdr@acc.org
  • Facilities participating in ACC Accreditation Services should use the Contact Us Form

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