Select your NVQI modules
NVQI members can currently collect data on five modules which include patient history, patient demographics, procedure details and follow-up:

  • Acute Ischemic Stroke
  • Cerebral Aneurysms – NEW
  • Cerebral Arteriovenous Malformations – NEW
  • Carotid Artery Stent*
  • Carotid Endarterectomy*

*provided by the Society for Vascular Surgery Vascular Quality Initiative

The NVQI may offer additional modules in the future, such as Diagnostic Angiography. These modules are developed jointly by SNIS and M2S.

Arrange a call and interactive demo with the NVQI Account Team to review workflow option
There are a range of options for data entry and workflow for facilities to consider, including data abstraction and automated data import of certain data fields. The data entry typically starts during scheduling, and is progressively entered by staff during pre-op, intra-op, post-op, and at discharge. All data is entered through the M2S PATHWAYS clinical registry portal, a web-based platform that also allows users to run analytics and reporting in real time.

Complete the contracting process
During this call, the NVQI representative from M2S will also walk through the contracting process step-by-step with you and your colleagues. Each NVQI participating center will need to contract with both the SNIS and M2S and the process typically takes 3-4 months for a new center. Contracting ensures that standard practices are met with regard to patient confidentiality issues, data collection and entry practices, and use of the data that is collected. There will be a separate initiation fee for the participating centers and an annual maintenance fee which is based on the number of procedure modules.

Arrange a start date and remote training session with the M2S PATHWAYS Support team

Training for the NVQI is scheduled through the M2S PATHWAYS Support team who also provides the on-going user support for all aspects of the clinical data platform. The training session typically takes 1-2 hours and should ideally include physicians, quality staff and administrative staff responsible for the data.

For more information or an interactive demonstration, please complete the form below and a member of the NVQI Account Team will contact you:


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I am interested in collecting data for:

Acute Ischemic StrokeCerebral AneurysmsCerebral Arteriovenous Malformations
Carotid Artery Stent*Carotid Endarterectomy*
*provided by the Society for Vascular Surgery Vascular Quality Initiative

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NVQI Cost Overview
The choice is yours – the flexible structure of the NVQI accommodates many workflows. Institutions can join the NVQI by entering data on one module, adding additional modules incrementally. This makes joining easy, while alleviating large upfront costs and resource investments, allowing you to realize the benefits immediately. Data import, data abstraction and data integration services are available to support your facility’s data entry workload.

There are five NVQI modules and associated outcome and complication reports available in real-time, including physician-level and center-level variation reporting. The cost of the NVQI is based on the number of Registries contracted by health system, hospital, center, outpatient facility or physician practice.

The NVQI service cost includes:

  • One-time setup fee
  • Annual database subscription fee

Contact us for more information on specific costs for your institution.

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