CathPCI Registry

Data Collection

Technology Downloads


Providing a comprehensive, nationwide picture of cardiac catheterization and PCI procedures, the CathPCI Registry measures:

  • Patient demographics, provider and facility characteristics
  • History/risk factors, cardiac status, treated lesions
  • Intracoronary device utilization and adverse event rates
  • Appropriate use criteria for coronary revascularization, click here to learn more.
  • Compliance with ACC/AHA Clinical Guidelines recommendations, and more
CathPCI Registry Data Collection Forms

Version 4.4:

For patient discharges April 1, 2011 and subsequent.

Download Elements
   (updated: 02/03/2011)


Download Form
(updated: 08/31/2011)
 

The documents on this page are the property of the American College of Cardiology Foundation (ACCF) and are protected by copyright and other intellectual property laws. Use of these documents without participation in the NCDR is strictly prohibited.


Technology Downloads (for active CathPCI Registry participants and vendors only):

Note: Please ensure you are downloading the correct versions of the lists. More information on these lists

Version 4 Master File
Downloads
Last
Updated
Sorted by ID* Sorted by Name Sorted by Category
v4 Intracoronary Devices 03/05/14 Download   View Download   View Download   View
v4 Closure Devices 03/05/14 Download   View Download   View n/a
v4 Medications 08/31/11 Download View Download View Download View

* denotes the original sorting of the files.

Notify NCDR of new or missing CathPCI Registry Intracoronary Devices

Notify NCDR of new or missing CathPCI Registry Closure Devices

For more Important information about the 3 technology download files click here

Instructions for downloading, saving and importing the files to your data collection application:

Step 1: Follow the instructions below to download and save the updated file(s) for Medications, Closure Devices or Intracoronary Devices.

Note:
You will be prompted for a location to save the file. It's recommended that you save the file to your Desktop so it can be loaded into the application from that location. Do not change the name of the file when saving. Only "Save" the files marked "Download" do not try to save files that have been "Opened"

To View files:
To view any file, simply select "View" and choose a Master file from v3.0 or v4.0…

To Download files:

Version 4
1. Click on the "Download Link" in the appropriate column
2. Click on "Save" button on the pop up. (Do not click on "Open" button) , If you wish to see what is in the file please click on "View" as noted above.
3. Windows dialog box will appear on your screen, Select location to save the file at.
4. Click on Save button.
5. Once saved, you can upload the files to your system. (You can open the file in notepad or any other application as desired to view it on your computer.)
Step 2:

In your NCDR data entry application, go to "NCDR Maintenance" and select the appropriate function to import the downloaded file into your application.

Step 3:

In your NCDR data entry application, verify that the new medications, closure devices or intracoronary devices are present and are available for selection.



NCDR Participants may choose from a list of certified software vendors that facilitate the submission of data to the NCDR on a quarterly basis. Certified software allows the participating facility to submit data to the NCDR on a quarterly basis, and in some cases, can be integrated into existing hospital systems. As a result, many software applications do much more than collect and export registry data. For this reason, each participant should consider their own software requirements when reviewing the vendor information.

Participants of ACTION Registry–GWTG, CathPCI Registry, ICD Registry, IMPACT Registry and PVI Registry may instead choose to use a complimentary web-based data collection tool provided by the NCDR. Use of this tool does not involve using a software vendor, and allows hospitals to collect the most basic data for internal reporting. For information about this option, please contact the NCDR Service Center at (800) 257-4737 or ncdr@acc.org.