Accelerate device development and approval.
Meet the Society for Vascular Surgery Vascular Quality Initiative
The Society for Vascular Surgery® Vascular Quality Initiative® (SVS VQI) is a leading clinical registry dedicated to improving vascular care. Since its inception in 2003, the registry has dramatically impacted patient care by enabling scientific discovery and changes in practice that have saved thousands of lives. Today, SVS VQI is a renowned international resource that hundreds of centers have incorporated into their quality toolkits.
Give its wealth of procedural data, the SVS VQI is an increasingly powerful tool for evaluating device performance and medications used in vascular care. SVS VQI data can be used to assess the safety and efficacy of medical devices, and obtain real-world data to inform health economics, research and development, internal sales and marketing, and regulatory needs. Use registry data to understand device performance in specific patient populations in order to make recommendations on best patient selection, expand labeling indications to reflect safe and effective use, or design new devices better suited to certain subgroups.
A wealth of data at your fingertips
Experience the advantages f the SVS VQI
Real-world evidence that supports regulatory decisions.
Real-world evidence (RWE) is increasingly required to meet regulatory requirements for medical devices. The FDA recommends the use of registry data for post-approval surveillance and the EU now requires RWE for most vascular devices. SVS VQI collects granular clinical and follow-up data including device identifiers, for a wide array of vascular procedures.
Perform internal company planning, such as that for new device development
Meet FDA-required post-approval surveillance (PAS) requirements
Expand indications for use based on off-label device usage in SVS VQI
Provide propensity-matched control patients for new device comparison
Generate contemporary objective performance goals for device categories
Create EU MDR reports and meet EU MDR requirements
Meet CMS reimbursement requirements for new devices
Nest pre-market trials in the registry
Gain access to relevant, de-identified, and aggregate data with over one million procedures captured across 14 different registries.