About the Action Registry
The Action Registry was created in response to requests from the National Priorities Partnership and other key stakeholders to have an easily accessible, up-to-date space to make connections and seek out opportunities for engagement. In 2011, the Action Registry began as a paper and pencil exercise and has since transformed into an interactive, virtual space to chart collective progress, successes, and lessons learned on the way to reaching the priorities and aims of the National Quality Strategy. The Initial Action Registry
is available for your reference, and it includes actions contributed between June 2011 and August 2012.
The National Priorities Partnership
Created in 2007 and convened by the National Quality Forum, the National Priorities Partnership has a long history of improving the quality of healthcare through collaborative, multi-stakeholder action. Through the National Priorities Partnership, key stakeholders across the industry meet on a quarterly basis to discuss strategies for starting and sustaining meaningful execution of change in organizations across the country. The Action Registry helps foster collaboration between meetings through an interactive, virtual space.