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Closing the Gaps Between Evidence, Guidelines, Implementation, and Equity.

Get With The Guidelines is a proven in-hospital approach to improving patient outcomes across cardiovascular and stroke focus areas. Each Get With The Guidelines program promotes consistent adherence to the latest research-driven guidelines and measurements while providing data and information to professionals for continual improvement in patient care.

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Going Beyond Quality Improvement

When your hospital or health system participates in a Get With The Guidelines program, the impact can improve outcomes across the board.  


  • Improved Patient Outcomes: Following evidence-based guidelines decreases secondary events to save lives in your community.
  • Equitable Patient Care: Consistent, evidence-based treatments assure fewer care variations due to bias.
  • Staff Morale: When leveraged, measured goals can generate friendly competition and deliver positive reasons to celebrate.
  • Certification Opportunities: Programs provide the data foundation for a simplified hospital certification process through The Joint Commission.  
  • Accurate Reimbursement: Ensure your hospital is receiving proper reimbursement by recording accurate and improved metrics.
  • Return on Investment: Improved patient outcomes often reduce readmission rates and length of stay and impact discharges to home, which can provide significant savings for hospitals.
  •  A Competitive Edge: Recognition awards and certification are powerful ways for hospitals to differentiate themselves in their markets and gain the attention of their community.
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Why The GWTG Registry Matters

The GWTG Registries are a nationally recognized program designed to support healthcare providers in delivering optimal stroke care. By participating in this registry, you gain access to an abundance of benefits:
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GWTG HF Registry

The GWTG Heart Failure Registry enables data-driven quality improvement in heart failure care. Providers can track performance, align with guidelines, identify areas for improvement, and benchmark against national averages in order to optimize patient outcomes.

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GWTG Stroke Registry

This robust stroke registry helps elevate stroke care delivery. Collect comprehensive data, align practices with guidelines, monitor quality measures, and leverage insights for continuous improvement. This helps to provide timely, effective stroke care.

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GWTG CAD Registry

Optimize coronary artery disease management with the GWTG CAD Registry. Capture patient data, track adherence to guidelines, implement targeted interventions, and drive quality initiatives. Doing so can reduce complications and improve CAD outcomes.

How do we help?

At Cardiac Registry Support, we understand the complexities involved in participating in the GWTG Registries. That’s why we offer specialized registry support services tailored to streamline your hospital’s involvement. From data abstraction to analysis, our expert team is here to guide you every step of the way. With our support, you can navigate the registry seamlessly. This ensures accurate data collection and maximizes the impact of your contributions.

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Measurement and Benchmarking

Understanding quality measurement is critical to improving patient care and making the certification process simple. Participating hospitals take their efforts a step further to ensure teams are using current guideline-directed treatments, setting industry-standard goals, and using peer benchmarks to compare performance.

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Quality Improvement Support

Each participating hospital and health system works with a Program Consultant to implement, interpret data, identify areas for improvement, and articulate recommendations internally. It’s like having a consultant for your organization’s quality improvement objectives-- and a significant reason these programs are so successful.

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Registry Tool and Industry Research

The Get With The Guidelines registry tool collects data from participating hospitals. This information allows healthcare leaders and researchers to examine trends and continue bringing current evidence-based guidance to bear across the industry. From data to use & implementation, just like that!

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Seamless EHR Integration

Our GWTG registry support systems seamlessly integrate with your existing electronic health record (EHR) system. This eliminates the need for manual data entry and reduces the risk of errors. This integration ensures efficient and accurate data capture. It saves valuable time and resources for your staff.

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Advanced Reporting and Analytics

Gain actionable insights with our powerful reporting and analytics capabilities. Customize dashboards and reports to visualize key performance indicators. Drill down into specific areas for in-depth analysis, and benchmark your organization against national and regional averages. These insights empower you to make data-driven decisions and drive continuous quality improvement efforts.

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Regulatory Compliance and Quality Measures

Stay ahead of regulatory requirements and quality measures with our GWTG registry support solutions. Our platform supports compliance with various reporting mandates. They include those from the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) and state regulations. Track your adherence to stroke care quality measures, ensuring you meet the highest standards of care.

Explore Our GWTG Registry Offerings

Our GWTG registry solutions include GWTG Heart Failure (HF) Registry and GWTG Coronary Artery Disease (CAD) Registry. These registries enable comprehensive data collection, analysis, and benchmarking for heart failure and coronary artery disease management, respectively.