The Society for Vascular Surgery Patient Safety Organization® (SVS PSO), in collaboration with the American Venous Forum (AVF), continues to expand, and improve, the Varicose Vein Registry (VVR).
The VVR has been designed for both hospital-based practitioners as well as those working in outpatient facilities such as Vein Centers.
A range of analytical tools allow physicians, data managers and facility management to monitor outcomes, all in real time.
By capturing only data on the treated leg, this recently enhanced Varicose Vein Registry decreases the data entry by 40%. The Varicose Vein Registry still captures all procedures that are performed in vein centers, office-based practices, and ambulatory or inpatient settings, including:
- Thermal Radiofrequency Ablation
- Thermal Laser Ablation
- Mechanochemical Ablation
- Chemical Ablation
- Embolic Adhesive Ablation
- Surgical Ablation, including high ligation, stripping, and phlebectomy
Key Features of the Varicose vein registry
- Web-based data registry with real-time reporting
- Compares your patients, processes of care and procedure outcomes anonymously with others in VQI
- Incorporates the CEAP and VCSS classification system
- Allows you to rapidly report specific details of all types of ablation procedures, including device details
- Incorporates patient-reported, and office-based follow-up, to assess both early and late results
Registry data fields