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Annual Program Evaluation & Improvement
Annual Program Evaluation & Improvement
2013 Graduate Medical Education Conference
Predicting Effective Transitions to the NAS
Palm Desert, CA – October 24, 2013
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Session Objectives
1. Review the ACGME requirement for GME Annual Program
Evaluation and Improvement
2. Highlight APEI best practices
3. Plan your "next steps"
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Consider APEI as
(Program) Quality Improvement
v
“problem”
OR
enhancement
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Adapted from ACGME slide
Duke’s History with Annual Program Evaluations
2004-2005:
12 RRC citations for “lack of an annual program review”
2005:
ICGME (GMEC) voted on yearly submission to Office of GME
2007:
Template developed
2008:
Choice of template versus meeting minutes to be submitted to
Office of GME
2009-2010:
Informal review by OGME person
2011:
Shared best practices
2012:
ACGME citation; Old template OR meeting minutes OR new
template +/- supplemental form; review by Internal Review
Teams
2013:
Required template; APEI sessions; similar process for review of
Program APEIs; timely feedback to programs
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Building Blocks to Self Study
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Programs
Institutional Oversight
Resident Performance
Faculty Development
Graduate Performance
Program Quality
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ACGME Measures of Program Quality
 Annual webADS (likely expanded)
• Resident attrition
• Structure/resources of program
• Scholarly activity
 Clinical experience (procedure & case logs)
 Board Pass Rate (3-5 year rolling averages)
 Resident Survey
 Faculty Survey
 Semi Annual Resident Evaluation (including milestones)
 CLER Visits
 Focused Site Visits
 Program Self Study (every 10 years?)
 Annual Program Evaluation and Improvement Plan
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APEI Quiz
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1. The group that performs the Annual Program
Review is called the:
a.
b.
c.
d.
The Annual Program Review Team
The Program Evaluation Committee
The Program Competency Committee
The Graduate Medical Education Program Review Council
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1. The group that performs the Annual Program
Review is called the:
a.
b.
c.
d.
The Annual Program Review Team
The Program Evaluation Committee
The Program Competency Committee
The Graduate Medical Education Program Review Council
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New ACGME Common Program Requirements
Changes to Section V Only
Effective July 1, 2013
CPR:
http://www.acgme.org/acgmeweb/Portals/0
/PFAssets/ProgramRequirements/CPRs20
13.pdf
CPR FAQ:
http://www.acgme.org/acgmeweb/Portals/0
/PDFs/FAQ/CCC_PEC_FAQs.pdf
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2. The Program Evaluation Committee (PEC)
should be composed of:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Anyone the Program Director appoints
Only core faculty; minimum of three
At least two faculty and one resident
The program director and program coordinator
The CPR doesn’t speak to who should be included on the
PEC
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2. The Program Evaluation Committee (PEC)
should be composed of:
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Anyone the Program Director appoints
Only core faculty; minimum of three
At least two faculty and one resident
The program director and program coordinator
The CPR doesn’t speak to who should be included on the
PEC
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3. The PEC, or Program Evaluation Committee,
should do all of the following except:
a. Plan, develop, implement and evaluate educational
activities of the program
b. Develop/revise competency-based curriculum goals and
objectives
c. Use evaluations of faculty, residents and others to review
the program
d. Address areas of non-compliance with ACGME standards
e. Send a written report to the GMEC
f. Have a written description of its responsibilities
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3. The PEC, or Program Evaluation
Committee, should do all of the following
except:
a) Plan, develop, implement and evaluate educational
activities of the program
b) Develop/revise competency-based curriculum goals and
objectives
c) Use evaluations of faculty, residents and others to review
the program
d) Address areas of non-compliance with ACGME standards
e) Send a written report to the GMEC
f) Have a written description of its responsibilities
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3. The PEC, or Program Evaluation Committee,
should do all of the following except:
a) Plan, develop, implement and evaluate educational activities
of the program
b) Develop/revise competency-based curriculum goals and
objectives
c) Use evaluations of faculty, residents and others to review the
program
d) Address areas of non-compliance with ACGME standards
e) Send a written report to the GMEC
f) Have a written description of its responsibilities
MUST RENDER A WRITTEN AND ANNUAL PROGRAM EVALUATION (APE)
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Written Description of PEC and responsibilities
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4. Which of the following is NOT required as part
of APEI?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
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Resident Performance
Faculty Development
In-service Exam Scores
Program Quality
Graduate Performance
Progress on Previous Years’ Action Plan
Annual retreat at which faculty discuss all aspects of
the program
4. Which of the following is NOT required as part
of APEI?
a)
b)
c)
d)
e)
f)
g)
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Resident Performance
Faculty Development
In-service Exam Scores
Program Quality
Graduate Performance
Progress on Previous Years’ Action Plan
Annual retreat at which faculty discuss all aspects of
the program
Written Plan of Action
CPR Section V.C.3
PEC must prepare a written plan of action to document
initiatives to improve performance in one or more of the
areas listed in Section V.C.2., as well as delineate how they
will be measured and monitored.
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5. ACGME Program Requirements may have
additional expectations of the APEI process and
documentation.
a) True
b) False
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5. ACGME Program Requirements may have
additional expectations of the APEI process and
documentation.
a) True
b) False
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6. Which of the following Program Requirements
expect regular meetings of program leadership,
including residents and faculty to follow through
on program improvement plans?
a. Medicine
b. Pediatrics
c. Diagnostic Radiology
d. Neurological Surgery
e. Urology
f. All of the above
g. None of the above
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6. Which of the following Program Requirements
expect regular meetings of program leadership,
including residents and faculty to follow through
on program improvement plans?
a. Medicine
b. Pediatrics
c. Diagnostic Radiology
d. Neurological Surgery
e. Urology
f. All of the above
g. None of the above
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Internal Medicine
Neurosurgery
Emergency Medicine
Orthopaedics
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Thoracic Surgery
Family Medicine
Dermatology
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7. The Common Program Requirements
categorize which of these as an “outcome
measure?”
a. Formal systematic evaluation of the
curriculum at least annually
b. Tracking of faculty development
c. Tracking of Program Quality
d. Tracking of Graduate Performance
e. All of the above
f. None of the above
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7. The Common Program Requirements
categorize which of these as an “outcome
measure”
a. Formal systematic evaluation of the
curriculum at least annually
b. Tracking of faculty development
c. Tracking of Program Quality
d. Tracking of Graduate Performancne
e. All of the above
f. None of the above
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8. The Common Program Requirements require
programs to submit their action plan (to which of
the following?
a. The appropriate RRC (as part of the Annual
update)
b. The GMEC
c. The DIO
d. The CLER Site Reviewers
e. The Board of Directors of the Sponsoring
Institution
e. All of the above
f. None of the above
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8. The Common Program Requirements require
programs to submit their action plan (to which of
the following?
a. The appropriate RRC (as part of the Annual
update)
b. The GMEC
c. The DIO
d. The CLER Site Reviewers
e. The Board of Directors of the Sponsoring
Institution
e. All of the above
f. None of the above
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New ACGME Common Program Requirements
Changes to Section V Only
Effective July 1, 2013
CPR:
http://www.acgme.org/acgmeweb/Portals/0
/PFAssets/ProgramRequirements/CPRs20
13.pdf
Page 13
CPR FAQ:
http://www.acgme.org/acgmeweb/Portals/0
/PDFs/FAQ/CCC_PEC_FAQs.pdf
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9. Effective oversight of the ACGME accredited
programs’ annual evaluation and improvement
activities is the responsibility of
a. the DIO
b. the GMEC
c. The Governing Body of the SI
d. the Dean or CEO
e. All of the Above
f. None of the above
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9. Effective oversight of the ACGME accredited
programs’ annual evaluation and improvement
activities is the responsibility of
a. the DIO
b. the GMEC
c. The Governing Body of the SI
d. the Dean or CEO
e. All of the Above
f. None of the above
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GMEC Responsibilities must include
Institutional requirements for 2014
http://www.acgme.org/acgmeweb/Portals/0/InstitutionalRequirements_07012014.pdf
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10. The GMEC must demonstrate effective
oversight of underperforming programs. This is
called a process of
a. Annual Institutional Review
b. Annual Program Review
c. Special Review
d. Focus Review
e. Institutional Probation
f. None of the above
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10. The GMEC must demonstrate effective
oversight of underperforming programs. This is
called a process of
a. Annual Institutional Review
b. Annual Program Review
c. Special Review
d. Focus Review
e. Institutional Probation
f. None of the above
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11. This process
a. Must include as members, the DIO and at least
one resident/fellow
b. should be coordinated by the GMEC before a
site visit
c. Should be done on all programs threatened
with probation by the ACGME
d. Only need to occur if a program’s resident
survey is concerning
e. must include a protocol that establishes
criteria for underperformance
f. is an “outcome” requirement of the NAS
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11. This process
a. Must include as members, the DIO and at least
one resident/fellow
b. should be coordinated by the GMEC before a
site visit
c. Should be done on all programs threatened
with probation by the ACGME
d. Only need to occur if a program’s resident
survey is concerning
e. must include a protocol that establishes
criteria for underperformance
f. is an “outcome” requirement of the NAS
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What if there are no residents/fellows currently
training in my program?
• PEC must still meet annually
• PEC must still complete APEI
• PEC does NOT need to include a resident
• Great opportunity to make enhancements prior to
residents/fellows joining
• Consider reviewing/revising recruiting/interviewing
processes
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www.gme.duke.edu > PTD/PC > Annual
Program Evaluation and Improvement Process
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Participation
1. What are the best items to measure each category?
– Resident Performance
– Faculty Development
– Graduate Outcomes
– Program Quality
– Progress on Previous Years’ Action Plan
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Participation
1. What are the best items to measure each category?
– Resident Performance
– Faculty Development
– Graduate Outcomes
– Program Quality
– Progress on Previous Years’ Action Plan
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Resident Performance
Duke Best Practices & ACGME Conference Participant Responses
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Rotation evaluations
360s by healthcare team members
Patient evaluations
In-training exam scores (written)
Oral exams (mock)
Semi-annual evaluations with resident and program director
Self assessment
Case logs and procedure logs
Simulation results
Chart audit
QI projects
Scholarly activity
Milestone achievement
Hospital committee participation
Didactic/conference attendance
CEX observed patient encounters
Evaluation of presentations
Technical skills and abilities
Compliance (administrative tasks)
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Participation
1. What are the best items to measure each category?
– Resident Performance
– Faculty Development
– Graduate Outcomes
– Program Quality
– Progress on Previous Years’ Action Plan
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Faculty Development
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In-training exam for faculty
Completion of workshops/modules etc
Academic promotions
Mentoring
Faculty meeting attendance
Local, regional and national meeting/committee participation
Participation in resident conferences/didactics
Scholarly activity
Resident evaluation of faculty
Maintenance of Certification
Quality of evaluations they provide
Quality of providing formative feedback
Publications
Self assessment
Participation on Clinical Competency Committee
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Participation
1. What are the best items to measure each category?
– Resident Performance
– Faculty Development
– Graduate Outcomes
– Program Quality
– Progress on Previous Years’ Action Plan
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Graduate Outcomes
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Board pass rate (1st and 2nd attempt)
How many sit for the Boards
Graduate survey results
New employer survey
Fellowship match results
Alumni involvement
On-time graduation
Professor level
Employee retention
Completion of program
Employment – academics, private, research, GME
Employment status
Scholarly activity
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Participation
1. What are the best items to measure each category?
– Resident Performance
– Faculty Development
– Graduate Outcomes
– Program Quality
– Progress on Previous Years’ Action Plan
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Program Quality
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Match results
Post-match survey results
Board scores
Case logs/procedure logs
Retention of program director and coordinator
Faculty and resident evaluation of program
Scholarly activity of faculty and residents
Attrition of faculty and residents
Progress on milestone implementation
ACGME surveys (faculty and residents)
ACGME status
Cycle length
Citations (number and content)
Results of Internal Review
Technical and skill ability
Clinical quality measures/patient care outcomes
Rotation evaluations
In-service exams
QI activities
Hospital committee participation by residents
Employment of graduates
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Participation
Share a Program Improvement that resulted from
your Program’s Annual Program Evaluation
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ACGME Pre-Conference Survey Results:
Program improvements as a result……
• Improvement in fellows' longitudinal continuity clinic.
• Grand Rounds Conference Schedule was organized to be followed with a quiz
on the topic to prepare the residents for the in-service exam.
• Additional research component.
• Equipment purchases.
• We were able to get support for hiring mid-level providers.
• Increase in faculty involvement.
• Holding mock oral and written boards for the residents.
• New policies.
• Changes to rotation schedules, adding rotations to other institutions.
• Improving mentorship.
• More opportunities for procedures and procedure training through
simulation.
• More board preparation guidance and testing materials.
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ACGME Pre-Conference Survey Results:
Institutional improvements as a result...
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Better understanding of topics for faculty development for PDs.
Issues identified in one program reviewed upgraded and improved for many.
Additional resources allocated to programs based on their annual evaluations.
New policies.
institutional OSCE implementation.
Advancement of skills lab with more simulation opportunities and the addition of a fulltime clinical coordinator.
House staff quality committee.
Dedicated work space for residents.
Changing meal ticket disbursement process from yellow construction paper (archaic) to
loading their resident ID cards.
Structure for handoffs.
Recently all of the Program Coordinators are the responsibility of the Central GME
office, who are required to obtain Professional Development, and all follow the same
job description.
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Duke GME’s review of APEIs
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Program APEIs submitted by September 1, 2013
– Following ACGME requirements (PEC, etc)
– Using required template
– Submitted via ICGME email
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Review Teams formed
Review Teams receive 8-10 APEIs (Sept-Nov)
Review Teams meet and come up with composite evaluation for each APEI
using color codes (after team members review each APEI individually) =
Team Dashboard
ICGME Program Oversight Section Head reviews process and Team
Dashboards
Institutional Dashboard developed to identify:
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Programs in need of support
Opportunities for institutional enhancements
Programs receive specific feedback (Dec)
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Review Team member
individual evaluation of
one APEI
Duke APEI
Review Team
Process &
Documentation
Review Team
aggregate/composite
evaluation of one APEI
Review Team
evaluation of all APEIs
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Duke GME
APEI Review 2012 Results
Programs
Institutional Dashboard
Resident Performance
Faculty Development
Graduate Performance
Program Quality
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Duke GME
2012 APEI Review Team Feedback
n=22
Enhanced Professional Development
95.2% (20)
4.8% (1)
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Enhanced Programs
New this year for us?
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Applying to all non sponsored programs
Developing criteria for special review
More involvement of residents in process
Protocol and Criteria for Special Review
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New this year for you?
• What is one thing you’re willing to consider doing
differently based on today?
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Related References
ACGME Proposed Institutional Requirement (pages 5-6) Accessed @
http://www.acgme.org/acgmeweb/tabid/303/ProgramandInstitutionalGuidelines/ReviewandComment/ArchiveIndex.
aspx
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Benefits for Program participation and performance.
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Murray PM, Valdivia JH, Berquist MR. A metric to evaluate the comparative performance of an institution’s graduate
medical education program. Acad Med 2009;84(2):212-9.
Nadeau MT Tysinger JW The Annual Program Review of Effectiveness: A Process Improvement Approach. Family Med
2012; 44(1):32-8.
Reed DA. Nimble approaches to curriculum evaluation in Graduate Medical Education. J Grad Med Educ.
2011;3(2):264-266.
Rose SH, Long TR. Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) annual anesthesiology residency
and fellowship program review: a “report card” model for continuous improvement. BMC Med Educ 2010;10:13-8.
Scolaro JA, Namdari S, Levin LS. The value of an annual educational retreat in the Orthopaedic Residency Training
Program. J Surg Educ. 2013;70(1):164-167.
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