National Health Registries

National Health Information Centre (NCZI) administers national health registries. National health registries are health information systems, the primary role of which is to collect, process and analyse data on newly diagnosed diseases occurring on a large-scale or those which are socially significant in the population of the Slovak Republic for the given year (incidence). The total numbers of surviving individuals with diseases monitored in the registries represent prevalence data within a time line. Collection, processing and analysis of these data are important in the field of taking measures in health, economic as well as social area.

The National Health Information Centre collects and processes data stored in the following registries:

  • National Registry of Electronic Health Records
  • National Cancer Registry
  • National Diabetes Mellitus Registry
  • National Congenital Disease Registry
  • National Cardiovascular Registry
  • National Registry of Neurological Disorders
  • National Registry of Chronic Pulmonary Diseases
  • National Registry of Persons with Injury Requiring Inpatient Healthcare
  • National Registry of Persons Suspected of Being Neglected, Abused and on Victims of Violence
  • National Registry of Patients with Inflammatory Rheumatic Diseases
  • National Tuberculosis Registry

The National Health Information Centre authorised external offices to collect and process data stored in the following registries:

  • National Arthroplasty Registry
  • National Registry of Assisted Reproduction