National Quality Registry Network (NQRN)
Created by the American Medical Association (AMA) in 2011, the National Quality Registry Network (NQRN) is a voluntary network of registry stewards and other stakeholders interested in advancing the development and use of registries to evaluate and improve patient outcomes. In 2013, the AMA led an evaluation of registries on behalf of the NQRN regarding the operations and sustainability of existing registries. AJRR participated in a survey of all registries and plans to continue to provide input and collaborate on their initiatives, such as the registry maturational framework. AJRR was also named a member of the NQRN Council and two of our staff members serve on both the Communications Subcommittee (Lori Boukas) and Leading Practices Committee (Caryn D. Etkin, PhD), cementing the alliance between the two organizations. In 2016, NQRN was restructured and the program was rebranded into the PCPI program.
More information about NQRN can be found here.