SCAI-QIT Tip of the Month

SCAI's Quality Improvement Committee develops monthly tips which come straight from the successes achieved by your interventional cardiology colleagues, to help you and your team enhance the quality of the care you deliver.

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SCAI PCI Risk Calculator App

SCAI's PCI Risk Calculator App, sponsored by The Medicines Company, allows healthcare providers to enter pre-procedural patient information into one calculator to estimate the post-intervention risks for

  • Mortality
  • Acute kidney injury
  • Transfusion. 

This tool can also be used to:

  • Guide patients in decisions on therapy
  • Guide providers in preparing the patient for the procedure
  • Help providers use limited healthcare resources more wisely
  • Guide quality improvement efforts
  • Serve as a risk adjustment tool for assessment of quality of care to identify potential candidates for same-day discharge or risk mitigation strategies

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Quality Circle Community

Connect, Collaborate and Engage with Your Colleagues on Quality

Coming this summer the SCAI Quality Circle will introduce an online networking community specifically designed to meet the clinical, professional and practice management needs of SCAI members and SCAI-QIT Champions.

Here's a glimpse at some of the features the community will offer:

Hot Discussions: Join and Start Discussions

Sherelle FaulknerHas anyone developed a system of anonymous feedback on physician performance that they could share?

Sherelle FaulknerHow does Morbidity and Mortality Conference compare to Continuous Quality Improvement Committee...

Sherelle FaulknerI am curious what tools some of you may be using to document AUC in PCI and diagnostic catheterization...

Ask the Experts: Get Your Questions Answered by Experts

Sherelle FaulknerQ: How can a Quality Director monitor quality for competing groups?

Sherelle FaulknerA: A famous case in the 1980’s involved a physician who was accused by a Peer Review Committee of sub-standard performance, and had his hospital privileges revoked....


The SCAI Quality Circle is being developed with the generours support of The Medicines Company. SCAI gratefully acknowledges this support, while taking sole responsibility for all content developed and disseminated through this effort.