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IMPACT Registry

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Your Partner to Improve CHD Patient Outcomes

With the IMPACT Registry®, gain access to a multi-institutional data set to support the development of evidence-based guidelines and review real-world performance benchmarks to guide quality improvement.

No single registry has collected sufficient national quality-focused data on the management and real-world outcomes of pediatric and adult congenital heart disease (CHD) patients who undergo diagnostic and interventional catheterizations — until now.

The IMPACT Registry puts data at your fingertips with:

  • Quarterly benchmark reports that compare your institution’s performance with a national aggregate.
  • Executive summaries that offer big-picture reviews or at-a-glance assessments.

Start gathering solid clinical data that provide an evidence-based rationale for the meaningful use of new devices and emerging techniques.

Participation also offers access to ACC's suite of quality improvement initiatives, including:

  • Quality improvement webinars offered by clinical experts that present real-world techniques, evidence, strategies and lessons learned.
  • Comprehensive orientation and continuing educational opportunities, including interactive workshops at the NCDR Annual Conference and through the NCDR Learning Center.

And with the IMPACT Registry, gain access to two modules that track electrophysiology (EP) ablation and transcatheter pulmonary valve replacement procedures. Now, EP physicians have the opportunity to participate and join their colleagues in working to improve care and treatments for pediatric and adult CHD patients.

Hospitals participating in the IMPACT Registry are known for their high-quality care. All of the hospitals on the U.S. News & World Report list of the top 10 children's hospitals overall and the top 10 in cardiology & heart surgery participate in the IMPACT Registry.

Questions? Contact us at ncdr@acc.org or 800-257-4737.

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