SVS VQI Annual Report Now Available


Join the SVS VQI in recognizing its 10th Anniversary and many other milestones and accomplishments in the 2021 Annual Report. While celebrating the successes, VQI remains focused on its mission of improving the quality of vascular care. Dr. Jens Jorgensen, SVS PSO Medical…Read More

Vascular Quality Initiative Celebrates 10 Years of Excellence in Quality Initiatives
and Best Practices in Vascular Health


The Society for Vascular Surgery® Vascular Quality Initiative® (SVS VQI) marks first decade with significant growth milestones

Chicago, IL and West Lebanon, NH – August 18, 2021 – The Society for Vascular Surgery® Vascular Quality Initiative® (SVS VQI), a nonprofit organization dedicated to improving vascular quality within hospitals and outpatient facilities, celebrates 10 years today….Read More

The Society for Vascular Surgery Patient Safety Organization and The American Heart Association Introduce New Vascular Medicine Registry for the Vascular Quality Initiative


Chicago, IL/Oakbrook Terrace, IL – The Society for Vascular Surgery Patient Safety Organization® (SVS PSO), in collaboration with The American Heart Association, the leading voluntary health organization devoted to a world of longer, healthier lives, is excited to introduce the Vascular Medicine Registry (VMR) for the Vascular Quality Initiative (VQI)….Read More

LTFU re-instated in the 2021 Participation Awards

Effective immediately the Participation Committee unanimously voted to re-instate LTFU criteria in the 2021 Participation Awards. During the height of the 2020 COVID-19 pandemic, the committee decided to temporarily remove LTFU as criteria for the 2020 Participation Awards. Now that centers have implemented sustainable measures to address COVID-19’s impact (re-assigning…Read More

SVS VQI and VASCC Working Together

There’s no question that the COVID-19 pandemic has drastically altered the surgical landscape. The Vascular Surgery COVID-19 Collaborative (VASCC) aims to formally assess the impact of surgical delays on patients with vascular disease as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic.

With members spread across 30 different countries and most of the…Read More

ACC and SVS Begin 2021 with a United Vascular Registry

Existing registries have now combined into a single resource focused on improving care and outcomes of patients with vascular disease

WASHINGTON (February 4, 2021) — The American College of Cardiology and Society for Vascular Surgery have moved to a single vascular registry to harness the strengths of both organizations in improving…Read More