The National Palliative Care Registry™ (Registry) is a joint project of the Center to Advance Palliative Care (CAPC) and the National Palliative Care Research Center (NPCRC). The Registry has been collecting data on palliative care programs since 2008. Currently, over 1,000 palliative care programs have received at least one comparative performance report.
The Registry provides actionable data that programs can use to secure, expand and retain resources for delivery of high-quality palliative care, and to support the establishment of new palliative care programs where none exist. The Registry collects data on all service settings across the continuum of care, including hospital, long-term care, office/clinic, and home-based palliative care.
The Registry is free and open to all palliative care programs. CAPC membership is not required for participation.
National Palliative Care Registry™ Flyer
Information about the National Palliative Care Registry™ and benefits of participating.