Introducing the Axon Registry: An opportunity to improve quality of neurologic care.
MaineHealth, Neurology and Neuroscience
Humans, Neurology, Quality Improvement, Registries, Research Design, Societies, Medical, United States
Clinical quality data registries are increasingly popular tools used by providers to improve the quality of clinical care and satisfy growing numbers of regulatory and reporting requirements. Specialty societies use registries to provide value to their members and guide improvements in care at the population level. In this article, we outline the rationale, structure, function, and challenges related to the American Academy of Neurology's development of its own clinical quality data registry: the Axon Registry.
Sigsbee, Bruce; Goldenberg, James N; Bever, Christopher T; Schierman, Becky; and Jones, Lyell K, "Introducing the Axon Registry: An opportunity to improve quality of neurologic care." (2016). Pen Bay Medical Center. 15.