Certified Registries

ARMUS is now certified for the new data versions of the following clinical registries: 2.9 of the STS CV Adult Surgery Registry, 5.0 of the ACC/NCDR CathPCI Registry and the 2.41 STS General Thoracic Registry.

STS Adult CV Surgery (2.35 – 2.9) New Version
STS Thoracic (1.03 – 2.41) New Version
STS Congenital (Coming Soon)

ACC/NCDR CathPCI (4.0 – 4.4, 5.0) New Version
ACC/NCDR Action (2.0 – 2.4)
ACC/NCDR ICD (2.1 – 2.2)
ACC/NCDR AFib (1.0)



        Interface Modules

Hemodynamic: GE, Philips, McKesson, Siemens, MERGE, Fuji, others
ADT and EMR: EPIC, Cerner, McKesson, Meditech, others


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Regional Initiatives

ARMUS supports several Regional Initiatives, where hospitals collaborate by sharing clinical and financial registry data in order to improve quality and efficiency. ARMUS is dedicated to continually leading these efforts by providing state-of-the-art technologies and services:

VCSQI – Virginia Cardiovascular Surgery Quality Initiative

VCSQI is recognized as a leader in “Pay for Performance” quality programs across the country. Participating VCSQI members’ clinical data and financial data are integrated into a single reporting database, allowing members to track costs and resource utilization associated with outcomes. VCSQI utilized ARMUS technologies to demonstrate their findings in support of healthcare legislation by the Senate Finance Committee and the House Ways and Means Health Subcommittee.

FHCQ – Foundation for Health Care Quality

ARMUS is the service provider for the Foundation for Healthcare Quality, a statewide organization in Seattle, WA, for the following clinical specialty registries:

  • COAP – Clinical Outcomes Assessment Program is a Washington State initiative designed to produce cardiovascular clinical information needed to improve quality of care and meet the growing demand for accountability in the health care industry. COAP’s scheduled reporting mechanism provides hospitals with clinical feedback on a quarterly basis. COAP’s Public Reporting site is unique and provides more detailed and timely accurate outcomes measures than any other publicly available reports in the United States.
  • OB COAP – The Obstetrics Clinical Outcomes Assessment Program is designed to facilitate physician leaders and hospitals working together in a voluntary and collaborative way to review clinical outcomes data and seek improvements in labor and delivery care.
  • SCOAP – The Surgical Care and Outcomes Assessment Program registry is a collection of clinical data for the purpose of assessing clinical performance, quality of care, and identifying opportunities for quality improvement.  Currently, there are more than 60 hospitals participating in the general surgery, vascular  surgery, and spine surgery programs.

MSTCVS – Michigan Society of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons Quality Collaborative

ARMUS is the data warehouse and reporting services provider for the Michigan Society of Thoracic and Cardiovascular Surgeons Quality Collaborative, a multidisciplinary group of medical professionals dedicated to improving patient care. The MSTCVS collaborative implements quality improvement initiatives based on regional and national data, and establishes evidence-based best practices and guidelines.

TQI – Texas Quality Institute

The TQI project combines cardiovascular surgeons and North Texas hospitals to share information about cardiovascular surgery in the region. The mission of TQI is to improve the quality and safety of care for cardiovascular surgery patients.

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Health Care Systems

Our long history of supporting regional and national clinical data registries, combined with our unique experience of successfully merging clinical and financial data sets, is the foundation for providing support across large health systems. Our robust reporting solutions, continuously expanding based on our clients’ needs and suggestions, provide confidence in differentiating the best internal care providers and identifying real opportunities to improve the quality of care with efficiency. While our products help to manage the day-to-day collection and maintenance of data quality and integrity, our clients can focus on making informed and meaningful decisions from their data.

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Hospital Administrators

Bundled payment options require continual improvement of care coordination and outcomes quality to reduce costs. In order to achieve this, it is critical for hospital administrators to have accessibility to meaningful performance related information.

  • Do you have access to meaningful and actionable clinical reports?
  • Do you have real-time reporting capabilities that accurately measure and compare clinical and financial results?
  • Do your clinical reports support decision making processes?

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Health Care Professionals

Healthcare professionals agree that improving quality of care can potentially lower healthcare cost… But why are behavioral changes so difficult to achieve?

ARMUS provides solutions. We can help individual providers understand their outcomes and the necessary behavioral changes required to improve their quality, efficiency, and national and local ranking.

Clinicians who work with ARMUS know that we are more than just a vendor. We have been an active collaborator in many quality improvement programs around the country, providing meaningful clinical and financial reporting solutions.

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