ACR National Radiology Data Registry

Comparing practice performance to regional and national benchmarks is an important tool for improving the quality of patient care. Participate in ACR registries to help your facility benchmark outcomes and process-of-care measures and develop quality improvement programs.

Facility data contributed to the registries is made available for exploring a wide range of questions about the practice of radiology and identifying new areas for improvement.

NRDR differs from the ACR National Clinical Imaging Research Registry™ (ANCIRR), which empowers researchers by collecting both images and clinical data from multiple practices, curating those data streams, and creating large datasets to be used to validate AI algorithms and fuel complex research to produce results applicable across care settings, locations and populations.


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Update: ACR's National Radiology Data Registry has been approved as a Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR) for 2021 MIPS Reporting. The QCDR will include 48 MIPS measures and 14 QCDR measures and will also be able to report Improvement Activities and the Promoting Interoperability performance category.

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Pilot and Research Registries

These registry projects are currently in a trial or targeted participation phase. Click below to learn more about each.

 3D Printing Registry

NRDR Resources

MIPS Reporting Made Easy


MIPSWizard™ qualified registry is an easy-to-use tool to help physicians collect, validate and submit quality data to CMS for payment.

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Quality Payment Program


Participate in MIPS to avoid downward payment adjustments and potentially receive upward adjustments.

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