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Implantable Cardioverter Defibrillator: Overview of the NCDR Data Methodology Christie Lang, RN, MSN Associate Director, ICD Registry American College of Cardiology Heart Rhythm Society Conference San Francisco, California May 15, 2008 Slide 2 Objectives Review the development process of an NCDR Registry Product Understand NCDR committee structures Provide update regarding V2.0 Leads and Peds. Slide 3 National Cardiovascular Data Registry NCDR is initiative of the American College of Cardiology with partnerning support from many societies, for the ICD Registry: Heart Rhythm Society. NCDR mission is to improve the quality of CV patient care by providing information, knowledge and tools, implementing quality initiatives; and supporting research that improves patient care and outcomes. Slide 4 Uses of NCDR Data Registries Quality Improvement Measure/manage individual patient care Study, develop and monitor care processes Track outcomes of care. Assess hospital and provider performance Public Reporting Quality-base payment Certification & privileging, meet regulatory needs Post Market Surveillance & Clinical Trials Influence Clinical Practice Guidelines Slide 5 NCDR Management Board Scientific Oversight Committee Research & Publications Clinical Supp.Team SteeringCommittee Registries CathPC I Registr y CARE Registr y ICD Registr y Committee Structure for each Registry Includes 30day outcomes ACTIO N Registr y IC3 Steering Committee Registry Projects ACHIEVE Steering Committee ICD Longit. Steering Committee TAKE ACTION Planning Work Group QI Projects D2B Project managed through ACTION and PCI Steering committees ambulatory longitudinal Committee Structure and Project Summary Over 130 of our nations CV Outcomes experts involved Slide 6 Governance: NCDR Management Board Each NCDR Registry is governed by NCDRs Management Board and a committee structure that provide oversight and direction dedicated to its mission. NCDR Management Board provides oversight and direction for NCDR activities, which include: Accountability for financial performance, Accountability for the quality of the Registry products and services. Review and approval of Registry policies and strategic and operational plans, Advocate, promote and influence key groups regarding the Registrys activities; and Set the high level agenda for the NCDR within the ACC community. Slide 7 The ICD Steering Committee shall provide scientific and clinical support to the development of the National ICD Registry. Their tasks include the following: Identify and approve list of quality indicators reported to participating institutions as well as CMS. Identify data elements /definitions needed to calculate selected quality indicators and enhance the utility of the registry. Determine appropriate report content and display format. Provide guidance in developing content for training manuals. Assist in providing relevant and consistent answers to user questions on data elements. Research & Publications Clinical Supp.Team SteeringCommittee Committee Structure for each Registry Slide 8 Governance: ICD Steering Committee The Steering Committee consists of a chair and 6-8 members including 2 ACC representatives, 2 HRS representatives, and one biostatistician specializing in cardiovascular care. Stephen Hammill, MD, FHRSChair2007-2010 Ralph Brindis, MD, MPH, FACCMember2007-2010 Alan Kadish, MD, FACCMember2007-2010 Mark Kremers, MD, FACCMember2007-2010 Bruce Lindsay, MD, FACCMember2007-2010 Michael Mirro, MD, FACCMember2007-2010 Martha Radford, MD, FACCMember2007-2010 Lynne Warner Stevenson, MD, FACCMember2007-2010 Joel Harder, MBALiason:HRS2007-2010 Christine Lang, RN, MSNLiason:ACC2007-2010 Slide 9 It Takes a Team! How many people are involved prior to an NCDR Registry product launch? Staff Working Group External Peer reviewers -testers -testers CSO CMO Registry Steering Committee Data Set Registry Product Vendors Staff Science oversight Committee Launch Slide 10 ICD Registry V1.08 Product Development ScientificDevelopment Technical Development Testing Tool Release IT Application Development & Testing Alpha Pilot Maintenance Launc h CharterDevelopment Each Registry develops a Charter that provides: PurposePurpose Business CaseBusiness Case Project OverviewProject Overview Goals and ObjectivesGoals and Objectives BudgetBudget Stakeholder IdentificationStakeholder Identification Milestone ScheduleMilestone Schedule Project AssumptionsProject Assumptions Project ConstraintsProject Constraints RisksRisks Source DocumentsSource Documents Document Version HistoryDocument Version History Slide 11 During Scientific Development Phase: Steering Committee reviews list of key outcomes measures, clinical questions, etc to be reported: ICD Registry was developed as part of CED by CMS to determine if patients receiving ICDs in the general population (real world) were comparable to patients enrolled in the randomized clinical trials of ICD therapy? Specifically were the Patients, hospitals, indications, complications, and outcomes comparable to the studies Scientific Development Scientific Development MEASUREMENT IS KEY! Slide 12 Scientific Development: Data Elements 1.Based on Hypothesis and Executive Summary Metrics establish preliminary list of data elements for registry inclusion 2.Use existing Clinical Data Standards. ICD Registry data elements are derived from ACC/AHA Electrophysiology Data Standards. 3.Review clinical trials, practice guidelines, performance measures, existing registries 4.Include fields for patient, device, facility and provider information, disease process. Scientific Development Slide 13 ICD Registry Key Outcomes Measures: Incidence of Lead Dislodgement Scientific Development Slide 14 Dataset review, recommendations and approval: Alpha testers Steering Committee Science Oversite Committee Chief Medical Officer Chief Science Officer Scientific Development Scientific Development Slide 15 ICD Registry V1.08 Product Development Timeline ScientificDevelopment TechnicalDevelopment Testing Tool Release IT Application Development & Testing Alpha Pilot Maintenance Launc h CharterDevelopment Slide 16 Technical Development: Data Collection Tool Map dataset against current NCDR registries for consistency of key core data elements Format data elements in consistent sections Patient demographic History/risk factors ICD Procedural information Medications Device Adverse Events Discharge Technical Specifications created Technical Development Slide 17 Technical Development data dictionary Technical Development Slide 18 Online data collection tool features include: Access from any web browser Submit data to the NCDR Data completeness reminders Online data collection tool features include: Access from any web browser Submit data to the NCDR Data completeness reminders Slide 19 Data Collection Hospital collects and submits to DQR Successfully submitted data is analyzed Data is pooled for many uses Algorithms are used to combine data for participants reports and other uses Data is returned to Hospital as an Outcome Report Slide 20 ICD Registry V1.08 Product Development Timeline ScientificDevelopment TechnicalDevelopment Testing Tool Release IT Application Development & Testing Alpha Pilot Maintenance Launc h CharterDevelopment Slide 21 Testing Alpha Testing Pilot testing of the form Assessing flow of form in practice Feasibility of data collection Comprehension of data elements and definitions in practice Beta Testing Vendor certification Usability Check Feasibility Check Consistency Check Testing Slide 22 ICD Registry V1.08 Product Development Timeline ScientificDevelopment TechnicalDevelopment Testing Tool Release IT Application Development & Testing Alpha Pilot Maintenance Launc h CharterDevelopment Slide 23 Release Training and Roll out needed: Webinars, Training Manuals, FAQs developed. Client and Contract support for Participants. Software Vendors go thru intensive certification process. Medications and devices tables are up to date and subject for review as needed Tool Release Slide 24 ICD Registry V1.08 Development Timeline ScientificDevelopment TechnicalDevelopment Testing Tool Release IT Application Development & Testing Alpha Pilot Maintenance Launc h CharterDevelopment Slide 25 Maintenance Phase- Evaluation Quarterly Outcome Reports Participant FAQs for clarification Feedback from Committees Steering Committee Research and Publications Committee Metric change Literature Review Guideline Recommendations Maintenance Is it Time for a Revision? Slide 26 Enhancements needed for V 1.08 Specific data element oversights Long QT, HCM etc Pulse generator focused No lead information except CS lead placement Medicare primary prevention focus Secondary prevention, non-Medicare Pediatric Slide 27 Coming Soon! Version 2.0: Peds and Leads The ICD Registry Working Group met bi- weekly for the past year to revise the data collection form. May 07: Working Group met with the FDA to begin discussion to incorporate Leads. November 07 at AHA ICD Registry Working group met with PACES (Pediatric and Congenital Electrophysiology Society ) and the FDA to incorporate Pediatrics and Leads in to the ICD Registry. Version 2.0 launch scheduled mid 2009. Slide 28 Coming Soon! Version 2.0: Peds and Leads Includes pediatric patients receiving ICDs Data will provide insight on pediatric SCD and ICD impact Adding Leads will clarify the benefits, risks and performance of this technology in adults and pediatric patients. Slide 29 Version 2.0: Leads and Pediatrics Data to be collected will include: Atrial, ventricular, defibrillator, and left ventricular leads at the time of implantation, revison, replacement and removal. This will improve lead surveillance following implantation. Lead ID Lead Data Lead Location Lead Placement Issues Lead Function Issues Lead Integrity Issues Slide 30 Maintenance Phase- Audit The purpose