Structured Reporting for the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

Updated:Mar 28,2014
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ACC/AHA/SCAI 2014 Health Policy Statement on Structured Reporting for the Cardiac Catheterization Laboratory

  • Structured reporting has a critical importance in invasive procedures.
  • General principles of structured reporting include the use of data, the bi-directional flow of information, and a flexible format.
  • A final report prototype is included for use in catheterization and interventional settings.


    Read the full article in Circulation
    [published online ahead of print March 28, 2014]. Circulation. DOI: 10.1161/CIR.0000000000000043.

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