The ACC and Veradigm partnered to advance the next generation of real-world research on behalf of cardiovascular disease and diabetes patients around the world. As part of this partnership, Veradigm operates the PINNACLE Registry and The Diabetes Collaborative Registry.
Through this partnership registry participants gain greater opportunities to participate in research studies and have increased access to evidence-based medicine and tools. Read More.
The PINNACLE Registry® is cardiology's largest outpatient quality improvement registry, capturing data on coronary artery disease, hypertension, heart failure and atrial fibrillation. With easy-to-interpret reports that help inform quality improvement, you can benchmark your quality using guideline-based performance measures. Data are captured through a secure HIPAA-compliant data collection tool that works with most electronic health record systems. PINNACLE Registry participants gain access to NCDR’s suite of clinical toolkits to help clinicians implement best practice care to address common quality issues at your facility. Participants can also use the registry to track quality for federally mandated programs such as the Quality Payment Program and Promoting Interoperability (formally known as Meaningful Use). Sign up today to join a thriving cardiovascular community focused on making every practice succeed. Click here to learn more about the PINNACLE Registry.
The Diabetes Collaborative Registry® is the first clinical ambulatory registry aimed at tracking and improving the quality of diabetes and cardiometabolic care across the primary and specialty care continuum. The Diabetes Collaborative Registry is the effort of a broad collection of organizations with the common goal of improving patient care and treatment of Diabetes Mellitus. The combined data from primary care physicians, endocrinologists, cardiologists and other diabetes care providers allows for longitudinal study of diabetes making this a valuable resource that reveals new insights, drives decision-making and enables better treatment and improved outcomes. Learn more about the Diabetes Collaborative Registry.