In consideration of the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, administration of the Resident/Fellow and Faculty Surveys for the 2020-2021 academic year have been condensed into a single eight-week reporting period for all programs. This reporting window is currently open and will end on April 1, 2021.
While making this change, the ACGME reminds all programs that this year's surveys are mandatory and must be completed by the close of the new eight-week window.
Email ADS@acgme.org with questions.
In support of its mission to improve health care through graduate medical education, the Journal of Graduate Medical Education is now open access; all JGME articles and content are available to the entire GME community and to the general public at no cost. Visit the JGME website.
ACGME President and CEO tells the graduate medical education community which ACGME activities are being suspended to allow the GME community to focus on patient care and institutional issues during the coronavirus (COVID-19) crisis.READ MORE >>>
For specialties and subspecialties that do not use the Case Log System, please share the following with your residents (in specialties and subspecialties that do use the Case Log System, residents and fellows already have access to these features): ADS has launched a new tool for residents/fellows to retrieve their Milestone evaluations and the program-level aggregated results of their Resident/Fellow Survey reports. The Resident/Fellow Portal will also allow users the ability to edit some of their personal information. To create their Resident/Fellow Portal account, individual residents and fellows should visit https://apps.acgme.org/ads/public/residentportal/search, or click Resident/Fellow Portal from the ADS login page, and enter their relevant information. Email questions or feedback regarding the Portal to firstname.lastname@example.org.
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The Case Log System utilizes Common Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. The five character codes and descriptions included in the system are obtained from CPT, copyright 2021, by the American Medical Association (AMA). CPT is developed by the AMA as a listing of descriptive terms and five character identifying codes and modifiers for reporting medical services and procedures.
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The web browser requirement includes all the ACGME Data Systems: Case Log System, Survey and Accreditation Data System.
Note: Due to security concerns identified by Microsoft, ACGME will no longer support Internet Explorer (IE) versions 10 and below at the end of June 2016. The discontinued support of IE versions 10 and below will apply to the Case Log System, Surveys, and the Accreditation Data System. If you are using Internet Explorer, we strongly advise switching to another browser to ensure that you are viewing the latest versions of the posted documents.
Be aware that our upgraded data collection system will work in IE 10 but you may experience decreased user interface experience and functionality.
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