March 26th 2021
CHICAGO, IL – We are excited to announce that heartbase is now officially certified by the ACC-NCDR to accept data for the newest version of the ICD/EP Device Registry Database. Version 2.3 will go live beginning with April 1st, 2021 discharges. As one of the first vendors to be certified, we will work diligently to provide our users with the service and support they need as they begin abstraction in this new version.
While this change is relatively minor in scope, a few notable changes that users should expect in ACC-NCDR ICD/EP Device Registry Database v2.3 include:
- Capture of shared decision making, part of the NCD.
- Capture of novel pacemaker procedures with a focus on CRT-p, His bundle, and leadless pacing.
On April 7th at 12 pm CT, heartbase clinical specialist Carmen Ernst will hold a special training class covering the ins-and-outs of this version change. Heartbase customers can click here to register.
If you’re an ICD data manager or abstractor and would like to take a look at our new forms, please contact heartbase sales associate Alex Potanos to schedule a review session.
About heartbase, Inc.
Since 1992, heartbase™ has provided health care centers with the most technologically innovative and clinically intuitive data management and analytic solution in the industry. Working collegially with its immense network of users, heartbase™ has created a vast library of reporting tools that provides its clients with complete control of their hospital-owned clinical data. Heartbase’s revolutionary hbCOR platform propels clinical performance, aligns clinical data with registry requirements, and unites health care systems from across our network to the most comprehensive reporting repository in the industry