Hospital Registration Fees

ACOR is an initiative of the CSANZ which recognises the critical value of a national clinical cardiovascular quality registry incorporating quality, safety and appropriateness outcomes. The CSANZ formed ACOR with the purpose to supervise the development of national clinical quality cardiovascular registries.

The accreditation criteria requires the submission of data to the National TAVI Registry. ACOR has developed a National TAVI Registry for that purpose.
Hospitals must register with ACOR in order to submit data which will be used by Cardiac Accreditation Services (CAS) to review credentialed practitioners. A fee of $5000 per hospital applies at the time of registration and thereafter, an annual fee applies. The registration fee covers the development of the Registry and the ongoing maintenance costs. The ACOR Board and Steering Committee members are all voluntary and are not paid for their participation or contribution to the work of the Registry.