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National Coronary CTA Data Registry
The nation's first comprehensive data registry dedicated to
Coronary CT Angiography 

The Coronary CT Angiography (CCTA) Data Registry was developed in 2005 by key luminaries of CCTA and the Medical Directors of several major payors as a repository for data instrumental to the successful development and growth of coronary CTA.

The registry currently houses over 40,000 studies from hospitals, imaging centers, and private practices examining both clinical and economic endpoints and providing quarterly internal and national benchmarking to measure performance, economic, and utilization trends. This data has been instrumental in establishing compliance measures for CCTA and for reimbursement discussions across the country.

The CCTA Data Registry is a not for profit, scientific registry, which is overseen by an expert Medical Advisory Board in conjunction with the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC).

 The CCTA Data Registry

  • Is the first and largest CT data repository in the United States
  • Was developed by an expert Medical Advisory Board of physicians who are the luminaries and pioneers of coronary CTA
  • Was developed with guidance from Medical Directors of several major payors
  • Has over 40,000 cases and 40 participating sites
  • Includes hospitals, imaging centers, and cardiology and radiology practices
  • Includes data points requested by payors and professional societies

The CCTA Data Registry is Designed to:

  • Monitor clinical indications used to order CCTA studies
  • Evaluate and recommend additional clinical indications as supported
  • Determine the economic impact of CCTA on individual practices/hospitals
  • Determine the economic impact of CCTA on the healthcare system
  • Provide requested information to payors to facilitate reimbursement of CCTA
  • Analyze the impact of CCTA on alternate diagnostic testing modalities
  • Assist participants with evaluation their CCTA program via quarterly internal benchmarking reports
  • Assist participants with evaluation their CCTA program via quarterly National benchmarking reports

CCTA Data Registry Participants Receive:

    • Quarterly internal economic benchmarking reports
    • Quarterly internal clinical benchmarking reports Quarterly internal clinical benchmarking reports
    • Quarterly clinical and economic benchmarking compared to national data trends 
    • Quarterly internal and national benchmarking reports on CCTA complications rates
    • Internal and national CCTA data essential for reimbursement discussions 

    "Participation in the National CCTA Data Registry will help your CT department grow and perform quality coronary CTA studies for the benefit of your patients. The CCTA Data Registry provides the necessary information to negotiate reimbursement based on solid evidence, scientific data, and quality."

    Norbert Wilke, MD, FACR
    Associate Professor of Medicine
    University of Florida

    The CCTA Data Registry provides healthcare institutions comprehensive information for the purposes of quality assurance, monitoring compliance, performance benchmarking, and demonstrating value