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Belgian National ICU Registry

The MICA Program (Monitoring Intensive Care Activities) has been designed by the Belgian Ministry of Health and the Intensive Care College and aims to encourage the use of quality and performance indicators in Belgian ICUs, in addition to contributing with data to the ICU National Registry, improving knowledge on the epidemiological profile of intensive care and high-complexity patients in Belgium.

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Why join the MICA Program?

The MICA Program was validated and approved by renowned Belgian hospitals in 2017. It encourages ICU management through quality and performance indicators, helping to improve the quality of Belgian intensive care medicine. Such indicators can also be used in decision making for better resources allocation and best practices, ensuring patient safety. In addition, data automatically populate the database of the Belgian National ICU Registry, which is one of the main objectives of the MICA Program, enabling the analysis of the epidemiological profile of patients in Intensive Care Units in Belgium.

Read the official document issued by the government on the MICA Program. Download: French or Dutch

Participating Hospitals​

How does the MICA
Program work?

Integration with PDMS/ ADT Hospital System ICU quality and performance indicators Entering clinical data Integration with laboratory data Real time benchmarking Belgian ICU National Registry

Clinical and epidemiological data on high-complexity patients are collected using the Epimed Monitor system, a management software that allows you to integrate structured data from any hospital system and/or input data manually if the Hospital does not have a structured information system.

Capturing such data using this tool generates indicator reports very quickly and easily, in addition to real-time benchmarking between the intensive care units participating in Belgium and participation in the National Registry database.

What does the MICA Program offer to its participants?​

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Dashboards and reports

Access to management reports and national and international benchmarking in real time.
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Points in the P4P​

Points in the Belgian Government’s P4P (Payment-for-Performance Program) program.

Download: French or Dutch

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MICA Certificate​

Participating hospitals receive a Certificate issued annually by Belgian Intensive Care College, proving their participation in the Belgian National ICU Registry.

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MICA National Day

Free access to the program’s annual event – “MICA National Day”, with the participation of renowned speakers.

Testimonials

Read below what physicians participating in the MICA Program are saying:

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