The National Palliative Care Registry™ is building a profile of palliative care teams, operations and service delivery.
The Registry is FREE and open to all palliative care programs across the continuum of care.
Every program needs a plan for measuring and monitoring impact to improve quality, secure influence, and garner support. Using the Registry, palliative care programs can measure their progress and track their operational capacity and reach.Participating programs have access to a variety of reports including longitudinal data and comparison reports for peer service settings.
Starting in August 2020, the Registry will be moving to the Palliative Care Quality Collaborative (PCQC) and programs will participate directly through PalliativeQuality.org.
Standardization depends on clear definitions and shared goals. Metrics & Resources is a space that centralizes data resources, metrics, and recent research on the operational features of palliative care programs.
Find key palliative care metrics and definitions and review findings from recently published research in the field. Download Registry summary data reports, presentations and webinars.
Registry Publications: Includes peer-reviewed journal articles and our latest publication, How We Work
Research in the Field: Summarizes recent findings in palliative care by topic area