Published: 12 September 2020
Author(s): Massimo Zecchin, Marina Torre, Eugenio Carrani, Letizia Sampaolo, Enrico Ciminello, Benedetta Ortis, Renato Ricci, Alessandro Proclemer, Gianfranco Sinagra, Giuseppe Boriani
Section: Original article

National Registries are needed to monitor health care interventions, optimize the resources and utilize them appropriately [1], but are challenging to implement and manage due to the possible lack and/or inadequacy of data. Moreover, considerable human commitment and substantial economic resources are required to ensure high-quality data collection [2]. Currently, participation in Registries is still mainly voluntary, while to achieve comprehensive data, it should be mandatory and ruled at a national level [3].


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