More than an assessment – a blueprint

Unlock the full power of your clinical data with a blueprint to achieving an enterprise clinical data management governance strategy

Unlock a strategic growth plan

Clinical data is the most important asset health systems have today, yet most healthcare systems are not maximizing the value of their clinical data for one simple reason – they don’t have a plan.

​Let Q-Centrix’s team of experts walk you step-by-step through the process, delivering a custom assessment that takes your organization’s goals and growth plans into account and delivers everything from initial data review, industry benchmarks, identifying risks and opportunities, and a strategic growth plan.​

More than


of hospital registry managers don't know how their registry data is being utilized*


(based on data from >100 hospitals)

Tools provided as part of the assessment

Registry and technology assessment

Review and catalog regulatory/national inpatient registry participation and evaluate the corresponding data management support technology.

Team efficiency assessment

Review internal teams’ throughput and utilization to determine appropriate processes and staffing models.

Top of license assessment

Review the current support structure for registry participation
and confirm the appropriate staff is integrated into the process to maximize values.

Outcome data utilization analysis

Outline the current process by which the organization interprets and uses outcomes data.

Clinical Data Validation (CDV)

Clinical experts review measures previously abstracted by your team
for accuracy and provide improvement opportunity insights.

Physician perceptions

An interview of key leadership personnel to identify their usage and perceived value of the registry data.

Oncology platform visualization & database validation

Strategic analytics to identify key opportunities to increase the ROI
of your oncology program and unlock the wealth of information in the cancer registry.

Strategic growth action plan

Uncover the steps to transform your approach to
interpreting clinical data and transforming care.

Total cost of registry management

A detailed cost analysis providing insight into your overall registry participation.

Value alignment

Ensure existing and new programs align with strategic initiatives and priorities.

Hospitals spend an average of


annually on clinical quality data*

*Spend based on 160 beds and inefficiency data from >100 hospitals

Hospitals experience


abstraction inefficiency when using internal staff*

What our team delivers

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Key milestones for an effective assessment

In addition to having a highly engaged senior executive, the below are the proven steps to an insightful assessment.


Set expectations with executive stakeholders.


A full stakeholder meeting to review the project and begin the assessment process.

Registry & Stakeholder Identification

Identify and connect all current registries, physician leaders, and administrative support teams.


Generate, collect, and validate data audit and survey results for inclusion in a final report.

Initial Data Review

Share preliminary findings with the Executive Stakeholders and discuss outstanding areas for validation​

Final Strategy Presentation

Review a final report which combines strategic growth initiatives for the health system with assessment findings to create a roadmap for achieving greater centralization and utilization of clinical data.
Vetting the value, clinical data governance
White paper

Vetting the value, clinical data governance

As a first step in an enterprise approach to clinical management, health systems must create a governance process to determine what measures will truly impact their performance.

Key findings:
There are many opportunities to realize the value of participation in registries outside the clinical insights. In fact, the competitive advantages have become almost equally as important. There are resources and partnerships available to help maximize value, and Q-Centrix is one of them.

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Q-Centrix Experts

Daniella Wood

Analyst, Enterprise Services

Sara Bienvenu

Manager, Clinical Quality Growth

Doug McGill

Managing Director, Advisory Solutions

Eric Crites

Senior Vice President, Enterprise Business Development