OEIS National Registry Overview
The OEIS National Registry is a QCDR (Qualified Clinical Data Registry) that focuses on detailed outcomes within outpatient interventional suites (OIS). The registry’s purpose is to promote quality and to identify benchmarks for best practices within the OIS sector. The peripheral arterial disease (PAD) module was launched in 2017, with plans to expand offerings to include a cardiac module, venous module, hemodialysis module, and others in the future.
Value of OEIS National Registry to Practitioners
OEIS National Registry Features
How to Enter Data
The registry utilizes the Syncrony electronic data capture tool that features an interface designed for ease of use, with intuitive and efficient data entry fields.Go to Syncrony OEIS National Registry PAD Data Collection Form (V3 – 2019) OEIS National Registry Terms and Definitions Reference Registration and Syncrony Platform Training Video Training Video Updates
How to Enroll as an OEIS Registry Participant Site
Frequently Asked Questions
CMS Resources for Quality Payment Program
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