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The Diabetes Collaborative Registry®
Transforming the future of diabetes care
The Diabetes Collaborative Registry is the first global, cross-specialty clinical registry designed to track and improve the quality of diabetes and metabolic care across the primary care and specialty care continuum. The Diabetes Collaborative Registry provides a unique, longitudinal view of the presentation, progression, management and outcomes of patients with diabetes as they receive care and treatment from multidisciplinary care teams. The registry brings together real-world data from primary care physicians, endocrinologists, cardiologists and other diabetes care providers.
The Diabetes Collaborative Registry provides easy-to-interpret benchmark reports to facilitate coordinated care, prevention and treatment of diabetes. By drilling down to the patient level metrics, providers can easily identify opportunities for improvement.
This interdisciplinary effort is led by the American College of Cardiology in partnership with the American Diabetes Association, the American College of Physicians, the American Association of Clinical Endocrinologists and the Joslin Diabetes Center. This unique collaboration among multi-disciplinary providers is designed to improve the lives of millions by transforming the future of diabetes treatment and prevention. Click here to learn more about our partners.
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The Diabetes Collaborative Registry is currently enrolling practices across all specialties, including primary care, endocrinology, cardiology, vascular surgery and other diabetes care specialties. Electronic data submission is required for registry participation. Most practices submit data from their EHRs via the system integration software utility. Participation in the Diabetes Collaborative Registry.