Getting the Most Out of the National Palliative Care Registry
This CAPC Webinar walks viewers through the National Palliative Care Registry™. The Registry is the only repository of information about the operational features (structures and processes of care) of our nation's hospital-based palliative care services. The goal of the Registry is two-fold: (1) assist hospital palliative care services in tracking their development year-to-year, and (2) promote standardization and improve the quality of palliative care in the United States. The Registry has been collecting information and reporting back to hospital-based palliative care programs since 2008. Over the past six years, more than 1,000 programs have participated.