Membership to the PERT Consortium

Membership Types

There are two basic membership types for the PERT Consortium, Institutional and Corporate:

Institutional Membership

Member institutions with eligible pert teams may join for free. To join and participate in the quality assurance database, the cost is $2,500

Corporate Advisory Committee Membership

Benefits of Membership

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Formal Recognition

Recognition as member of the National PERT Consortium on website and other relevant publications and announcements

Access to Data

Participation in National PERT Consortium database and registry Collation of National Outcomes Data of PERT Consortium member institutions (PERT Consortium Registry)

  1. Benchmark reports/dashboards from PERT Consortium Registry Database to compare member institution’s performance with local, regional and national metrics
  2. Performance feedback to better identify opportunities for quality improvement initiatives

Access to Consortium registry database for research initiatives

Access to Protocols and Algorithms

Exchange of best practices for the development and implementation of PERT and treatment of pulmonary embolism Opportunity for participation in guidelines and best practices documents

Educational Materials and Programming

Access to educational programs and materials produced by the Consortium Participation in educational events, co-sponsored by the Consortium if desired

Hospital Recognition

Recognition for achievement of benchmarked standards

Competitive Advantage to local and regional marketplace
  1. Permission for institutional members to publicize their participation in the National PERT Consortium
  2. Ability to use Logo of the National PERT Consortium on letterhead and other materials
National Recognition

Institutions that choose to be designated as founding members will be so recognized by the National PERT on all the official correspondences “in perpetuity”


Recognition from Consortium as advocate on behalf of patients with pulmonary embolism

  1. Potential collaboration endorsing societies (e.g. ACC, AHA, SVM, SCAI, SIR, others)
  2. Engagement with local and national government agencies to recognize PERT Consortium Involvement
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