DI announces support for ACS CD 15-5 requirements

Digital Innovation, Inc. is proud to announce our involvement in our nation’s Zero Preventable Deaths initiative.

The National Academy of Sciences published a manuscript laying out a plan for a national trauma system, and part of that plan specifically calls upon the trauma registry vendors to provide our part in the overall solution.

Please read the press release that explains the initiatives the trauma vendor community is undertaking to support the latest ACS CD 15-5 requirements for risk-adjusted benchmarking which do not require participation in ACS TQIP®.

Supporting ACS requirements with innovative technical solutions is a fundamental mission of ours. Along with the vendor community, we are proud to do our part to stand up and commit our resources in furtherance of our nation’s goal to move progressively toward real-time performance improvement to help save lives.

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