Get involved in the registry movement! Attend Building the Next Generation of Clinical Registries
A meeting hosted by the National Quality Registry Network (NQRN®).
Make plans to attend Building the Next Generation of Clinical Registries, April 2 from 8:30 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. at the Mayflower Renaissance Marriott in Washington, DC.
Attendees of this meeting will learn how to increase the usefulness of clinical registries to measure and improve patient health outcomes. The meeting will focus on driving the business case for clinical registries, making the journey toward public reporting, and revealing performance measurement using information from registries.
Conference attendees will also learn:
- The role of quality improvement and device surveillance in a sustainable business model for registries
- How to get started with public reporting
- How to present information to patients, consumers and the public with impact
Take this opportunity to meet NQRN leadership and staff, network with NQRN participants, interact with exhibitors, and learn more about how the NQRN can help you to improve the quality and efficiency of the health care your members or organization provides.
The meeting is appropriate for anyone who uses or produces information from clinical registries. The meeting will benefit CEOs, organizations operating or planning to operate clinical registries, consumers of information from clinical registries, researchers, quality improvement professionals, as well as health plans, health systems, policy makers and vendors with supporting technologies.
The Mayflower Renaissance Marriott is located at 1127 Connecticut Ave NW, Washington, DC 20036. Reserve a hotel room. The guaranteed room rate is $259.00/night and is available through March 18, 2015.
April 22, 2014
Clinical Data Registries: Catalysts for Better Health Care
Panel: The Use of Patient Information in Registries
Data Registries: How Does 45 CFR part 46 Apply?
HIPAA Privacy Rule: Considerations for Data Registries
Christina Heide, JD
Toward More Risk-Based Regulation of Health Data Analytics
Deven McGraw, JD, MPH
Registry Interoperability & Data Transfer
Improving Outcomes with HIT
Kevin Larsen, MD
Panel: Qualified Clinical Data Registries
2014 Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR)
Daniel Green, MD
QCDR Reporting Option: ACS Opportunities and Challenges
Jill Sage, MPH
Rapid Fire Overview of the Evolving Landscape
Harnessing Clinical Data to Support a Learning Healthcare System and Improve Care: PCORnet
Joe Selby, MD, MPH
Medical Device Surveillance
Danica Marina-Dabic, MD, PhD
Benjamin Eloff, PhD
Systematic Observational Research using the OMOP Common Data Model
Christian Reich, MD, PhD
Nov. 20, 2013
NQRN Data Security for Registries
Daniel Campion, MBA
U.S. Clinical Data Registries Frequently Asked Questions
Dana Richardson, RN, MHA
Nov. 20, 2011
July 13, 2011