EncaptureMD Registry Module is ideally optimized to work with our clinical modules, receiving data and taking advantage of EncaptureMD's powerful integration engine and unified work flow. But EncaptureMD registry can also work alone and still connect to all the data sources needed to simplify registry submission.



  • Reduce effort for data entry

    • Tightly tied to EncaptureMD CVIS

    • Gather more data at point of care

    • Use the same data entry to create clinical reports and fill out relevant registry

    • Eliminate double entry or re-entry of data

    • Pull data from any electronic source

  • Validate data at point of entry/assess data completeness & quality

  • Determine appropriateness

  • Compare outcomes through the registry and improve care


  • Access anywhere – web base

  • Site/registry-specific privileges for data entry & analytics

  • Works with any EMR/HIS and equipment data source

  • Data security – fully HIPAA/HiTECH compliance

    • Can de-identify patient information

    • HTTPS SHA1 256 bit encryption for all transmission

    • Password expiration

  • Pre-defined and ad hoc analytics

  • See data definitions as you work

  • Immediate feedback regarding completeness


Typically deployed with our EncaptureMD EP modality reporting, the ICD registry allows the registry user to benefit from data entered during the clinical study and from data received from HIS/EMR.

The ICD registry pulls data directly from the EP Procedure application in EncaptureMD Clinical.

NCDR Atrial Fibrillation

Much of the relevant data for the AF registry can be gathered during an ablation procedure. The remainder can be gathered during an office visit and recorded in the chart. EncaptureMD's interface engine can gather patient chart information, ECG's, lab values as well as what happens in the lab.

EncaptureMD Clinical can provide a way to gather both patient visit and procedure information at the points of care.



This integration is an ideal demonstration of how EncaptureMD eliminates redundancy in data entry. The clinician draws a picture of the coronary tree using our Visual Coronary tool. This serves 4 purposes

  • Creates an image to use in the final report

  • Fills out the registry information

  • Calculates a Syntax score

  • Creates the text for the final report