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ABOUT THE NCVSG
PARTICIPATING SVS VQI CENTERS
BIANNUAL MEETING INFORmation
NCVSG BYLAWS
IMPORTANT INFORMATION

NORTHERN CALIFORNIA VASCULAR STUDY GROUP

We are a group of hospitals and vascular specialists in Northern California  who have committed to collecting, sharing, and analyzing data related to vascular interventions and outcomes.

Our goal is to improve outcomes for our patients and to explore the factors that predict the best outcomes. We take advantage of the rapidly accumulating data that comes from collaboration with other interested groups.

If you perform vascular surgery or other vascular interventions and work in Northern California, we would be delighted to talk with you about joining the NCVSG.

ncvsg Leaders

Northern California Medical Director
Dr. Shipra Arya
Stanford Healthcare

Northern California Associate Medical Director
Dr. Misty Humphries
UC Davis

Northern California Lead Data Manager
Carlos Moreno
Stanford Health

BIANNUAL MEETING INFORMATION


Fall 2024 Regional Group Meeting Slides and Minutes


Spring 2024 Regional Group Meeting Slides and Minutes

  • Fall 2024 Slides
  • Fall 2024 Minutes

Fall 2023 Regional Group Meeting Slides and Minutes


Spring 2023 Regional Group Meeting Slides and Minutes

PARTICIPATING SVS VQI CENTERS

Participating SVS VQI centers include academic medical centers, teaching hospitals, community hospitals, vein centers, office-based labs and individual physician’s practices.

Click below for a complete list of VQI Participating Centers and their Regional Group Affiliation. Please note that this list is in excel format for ease of use.

NCVSG BYLAWS

The Northern California Vascular Study Group (NCVSG) is a voluntary, cooperative group of clinicians, hospital administrators, and research personnel organized to improve the care of patients with vascular disease. By collecting and exchanging information, the NCVSG strives to continuously improve the quality, safety, effectiveness, and cost of vascular healthcare.

IMPORTANT INFORMATION

all for VQI Poster Quality Improvement Poster Abstracts and Rapid Fire Research Abstracts for the 2023 Annual VQI Meeting (VQI@VAM)

Key Dates for both Quality Abstracts and Rapid Fire Abstracts

Abstract submissions begin – October 1, 2022
Abstract submission deadline
 – January 16, 2023  
Quality Improvement Poster Session – Evening of June 13, 2023
Quality Improvement Podium Presentations – 
Morning of June 14, 2023
Rapid Fire Research Presentation – 
Afternoon of June 14, 2023