National Registries are compilations of patient information all across the country that has been taken out of medical records and assembled by medical organizations and medical specialty groups to create large data repositories. These repositories give providers opportunities to understand how clinical treatments are related to outcomes, make evidence-based decisions about how to care for patients and improve patient care and outcomes. Registries also allow providers to benchmark their quality metrics and measure their efforts against industry standards.
A Warm welcome on becoming part of Pakistan’s first & largest Cardiovascular Data Registry. We are looking forward to your active participation in the CROP, CathPCI Registry.
Dear valuable participants. We would like to inform you that CROP, CathPCI Registry Q3 (July – September) data would be locked by December 31, 2022. Please submit the Q3 data in a timely manner.
Happy International Women’s Day-2023!!!
We recognize the incredible contributions of women around the world and reflect on the unique challenges they face when it comes to healthcare. That is why on this international women’s day (2023), we are proud to announce the upcoming launch of the HEARTiPREG Registry “Cardiac Disease & Pregnancy Registry of Pakistan” to track the incidence and outcome of cardiac disease in pregnant women. This registry will provide vital information to healthcare professionals and researchers based on the local demographics/data to make more informed decisions and improve maternal and fetal health in Pakistan.
Join us in supporting women’s health by spreading awareness about this important initiative. Together, let’s work toward better health outcomes for women everywhere.
The Cardiac Registry of Pakistan is the Country’s first & largest cardiovascular database registry and its mission is to improve cardiovascular care in Pakistan By collecting and analyzing data on cardiovascular disease, that can help identify trends, risk factors, and best practices for prevention and treatment through research, guidelines, awareness campaigns, and quality improvement initiatives, the registry can help healthcare providers deliver better care to patients with cardiovascular disease. This can ultimately lead to improved outcomes, reduced morbidity and mortality, and a better quality of life for those affected by cardiovascular disease in Pakistan