As part of its ongoing commitment to providing the highest quality of emergency care, ACEP has developed the Clinical Emergency Data Registry, or CEDR. This is the first emergency medicine specialty-wide registry to support emergency physicians’ efforts to improve quality and practice in all types of EDs, even as practice and payment policies change over the coming years.
The ACEP CEDR has been approved by CMS as a qualified clinical data registry. The CEDR will provide a unified method for ACEP members to collect and submit Physician Quality Reporting System data, Maintenance of Certification, Ongoing Professional Practice Evaluation, and other local and national quality initiatives.
Get more information, watch demonstrations, and sign up on site 8 a.m.–4 p.m., Monday through Wednesday, in the North Lobby of Level 1 of the BCEC.