Presentation on theme: "2014-2015 House Staff Orientation Alan J. Smith, PhD, MEd Assistant Dean for GME Director, GME Office ACGME Designated Institutional Official (DIO)"— Presentation transcript:
2014-2015 House Staff Orientation Alan J. Smith, PhD, MEd Assistant Dean for GME Director, GME Office ACGME Designated Institutional Official (DIO)
Sign-in/out Times Today …Sign-in/out Times Today … 1. 7:30-8:00 AM: Registration & morning session 2. Mandatory Sleep Deprivation session (1:00-1:30) No one may leave during this session. 3. 3:00 PM: At completion of the day: turn in paperwork and pick up your ID badge. Sign in/out sheets will be in the lobby/hallway outside this room. The Sleep Deprivation sheet will be passed around during the presentation. 2
3 Can You Start?Can You Start? If You Are NOT CLEARED To Start Working... Breanna will call you out of this meeting You cannot begin your program until your credentialing is complete Breanna must clear you for hire You are not credentialed! NOTICE!
University of Utah GMEUniversity of Utah GME 72 ACGME accredited programs 26 Residency programs with 558 residents 47 Fellowship programs with 157 fellows 34 GMEC approved (non-accredited) fellowship programs with 32 fellows 10 Dental Residents Total of 757 residents and fellows for 2014-2015 256 new residents and fellows for 2014-15 4
Senior VP for Health Sciences, Dean, School of Medicine Vivian Lee, MD, PhD, MBA Chief Medical Officer Thomas L. Miller MD Assistant Dean & Director, GME & DIO Alan J. Smith, PhD, MEd Administrative Manager Chris Springman Credentials Coordinator Breanna Stoll, MBA Project Coordinat or Melanie Powell Information Coordinator Kyle Wheeler Staff Development Educator Anne Vinsel, MFA Financial Manager Sharee Bracken Administrative Coordinator (E*Value) Renn Butterfield Accreditation Coordinator Ronnie Koon GME Organization
GME Contact InformationGME Contact Information Location School of Medicine Building, Level 1 Southeast Corner (1C412) Webpage http://medicine.utah.edu/gme Email firstname.lastname@example.org Phone 801-581-2401 8
A few of the services provided by the GME Office Maintains your permanent training record Issues your annual contract Ensures that you receive your contracted salary and benefits Processes your loan deferments and forbearances Assists with your License Applications Issues your graduation certificate Provides Notary service
Resident ResourcesResident Resources Resident representatives on Hospital, School of Medicine, and Department committees Resident members of the GME Committee Resident Interdisciplinary Council representatives 10
Email You are expected to read your email regularly To access email electronically from off campus: www.umail.utah.edu 11
Policies and ProceduresPolicies and Procedures House staff Policies and Procedures Manual available on GME website http://www.medicine.utah.edu/gme/ 12
Duty HoursDuty Hours The ACGME requires Sponsoring Institutions to track duty hours across all accredited programs You will be required to enter your duty hours in the GME E*Value system. (more about this later today)
Duty Hour RequirementsDuty Hour Requirements Limited to 80 hours per week averaged over a 4-week period, including all approved moonlighting (PGY-1 residents may not moonlight). All trainees must have one day off in 7 over a 4-week period; at-home call may not be assigned on your free day.
Duty Hour RequirementsDuty Hour Requirements Maximum duty period length: PGY-1 must not exceed 16 hours in duration PGY-2 and above may be scheduled a maximum of 24 hours of continuous duty plus 4 hours for transitions of care. Minimum time off between duty periods: PGY-1 should have 10 hours, must have 8. PGY-2 and above should have 10 hours, must have 8, but may be shortened in selected circumstances.
Levels of SupervisionLevels of Supervision Direct Supervision Supervising physician physically present with resident and patient (PGY-1) Indirect Supervision Direct supervision immediately available – Supervising physician physically within site of patient care, and immediately available to provide direct supervision (PGY-1) Direct supervision available – Supervising physician not physically present within site of patient care but immediately available via phone, and available to provide Direct Supervision (Intermediate level) Oversight Supervising physician available to review procedures/encounters with feedback provided after care is delivered 17
Professionalism, Personal Responsibility and Patient Safety Understand your personal responsibility to: Appear for duty appropriately rested and fit to provide the services required of your patients Actively participate in interdisciplinary clinical quality improvement and patient safety programs Assure the safety and welfare of patients entrusted to your care Manage your time before, during & after clinical assignments Recognize impairment, including illness and fatigue in yourself and your peers Honestly and accurately report duty hours, patient outcomes, and clinical experience data (e.g., logs) Comply with the Social Media Policy 18
Professionalism Professional Conduct Policy (GME 8.4) Social Media Policy (GME 9.7) 19
Transitions of Care Develop competence in communicating with team members in the hand-over process Inform all members of the health care team of current responsibilities for each patient’s care Alertness Management and Fatigue Mitigation Learn to recognize signs of fatigue and sleep deprivation Transfer care when unable to perform clinical duties 20
Teamwork Work as a member of effective interprofessional teams that are appropriate to the delivery of care in your specialty
ACGME Resident/Fellow Survey Core specialty programs (regardless of size) and subspecialty programs (with 4 or more fellows) surveyed annually between January and June Survey data used in decisions affecting your program’s accreditation status ACGME sends link directly to resident Takes about 10-20 minutes to complete
Resident/Fellow Survey Areas Duty hours (areas in which rules violated) Faculty supervision and teaching Evaluations (access to & opportunity to evaluate faculty and program; confidentiality) Educational content (goals & objectives; fatigue management; scholarly activities; education/service balance)
Resident/Fellow Survey Areas Resources (access to reference materials; use of EMR) Patient safety (pts informed of resident & faculty roles; culture reinforces pt safety; participate in QI activities; process to address concerns) Teamwork (work in interprofessional teams) Overall evaluation of program
Survey Report to ProgramSurvey Report to Program
NAS In July 2013, the ACGME began a phased implementation of the Next Accreditation System (NAS) All ACGME institutional and program accreditation will fall under NAS by July 2015
What is the NAS?What is the NAS? Accreditation system based on continuous oversight rather than episodic sampling Program site visits at ~ 10 year intervals Emphasis on program effectiveness as evidenced by resident advancement through the Milestones
What is the NAS?What is the NAS? Program status updated annually based on key performance indicators: Board certification exam results(rolling pass rates) Program attrition (residents, faculty, PD, chair) Resident survey results (annual) Faculty survey results (annual) Resident performance on Milestones Case logs (annual) Scholarly activity (resident and faculty)
Milestones Specific benchmarks of skills, knowledge, and behaviors that each resident is expected to achieve at identified stages of residency training. Milestones are associated with each of the six ACGME general competency areas: Medical Knowledge Patient Care Professionalism Communication and Interpersonal Skills Systems-based Practice Practice-based Learning and Improvement
Milestones Designed to allow tracking of discrete and measurable educational outcomes Progress of each resident to be assessed by program’s Clinical Competency Committee (CCC) CCC members = Key Faculty + Program Director
32 Neurological Surgery Milestones Milestones Exampl e (Neurosurgery)
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