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National Audit of Percutaneous Coronary Interventions (NAPCI) 2014 Annual Public Report 

The NAPCI assesses the process of PCI care and speed of the PCI delivery as well as the patient outcomes for example complication rates, or mortality.  Annually the audit publishes its results on the British Cardiovascular Intervention Society website supplemented by the lay summary of the findings – the latter being published today. More...

NICOR's statistical response to Nick Black's report into the review of data validation and statistical processes for consultant outcomes publication 2014.

As part of NHS England's consultant outcomes publication (COP), Professor Nick Black was asked to review the National Adult Cardiac Surgery Audit (NACSA) and provide assurance the data were fit for purpose and publication. More...

2014 Consultant Outcomes Publication 

MY NHS - NHS Choices has today published the consultant outcomes data for both the National Audit of Percutaneous Coronary Intervention (NAPCI) and the National Adult Cardiac Surgery Audit (NACSA).  More...

NACSA response to NHSE

The NHS Medical Director, Sir Bruce Keogh, requested written assurance from The Healthcare Quality Improvement Partnership (HQIP) that the validation and analytical processes used to deliver the adult cardiac surgery audit managed by NICOR are fit for purpose and had been applied appropriately. NICOR responded by describing the processes applied for data validation and risk adjustment and demonstrating their appropriateness within the context of a national clinical audit reporting at consultant level. More...

NICOR UCLP cardiovascular prevention research study

Camden Clinical Commissioning Group (CCG) has pioneered a research study to establish what barriers exist in the local health system that stop people accessing services that prevent cardiovascular disease (CVD). More...

Data collection

Submitting data to NICOR databases

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The collection and storage of patient information is a core function of NICOR and is vital for the production of our reports and analyses.

We know that this data is important and have provided additional information on how to submit data to NICOR, how we manage this data. Furthermore, our datasets are available to download.

The information provided in this section is specifically for those involved in collecting, inputting and analysing data.

For technical support, contact the NICOR Helpdesk:

  • Tel: 020 3108 1978
  • Email: nicor-helpdesk [@] ucl.ac.uk
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NICOR data entry deadlines
Audit Data entry deadline
Adult cardiac surgery April - June: 30 September
July - September: 31 December
October - December: 31 March
January - March: 30 June
Adult percutaneous intervention Aggregate paper return: tbc

2014 calendar year data: 31 March 2015
Cardiac rhythm management 2013/14 financial year data: 31st July 2014

Henceforth:
April - June: 30 September
July - September: 31 December
October - December: 31 March
January - March: 30 June
Congenital heart disease 2013/14 financial year data: 4 May 2015
Heart failure 2014/15 financial year data: 1 June 2015
MINAP 2014/15 public report data: 31 May 2015

2014 data validation study: 31 Dec 2014
TAVI 1 January - 31 March: 31 July
1 January - 30 June: 31 October
1 January - 30 September: 31 January
1 January - 31 December: 30 April

Information for third party suppliers of data collection software
Audit Dataset update (2014-16)
Adult cardiac surgery April 2015
Adult percutaneous intervention January 2015 (if needed)
Cardiac rhythm management April 2015 (minor revision, if needed)
Congenital heart disease April 2015
Heart failure April 2016 (if needed)
MINAP June 2015
TAVI None

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