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ACGME milestones for program improvement

Residency Program Alert, May 3, 2019

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by Melissa Crisp, C-TAGME, University of Toledo College of Medicine and Life Sciences; Rebecca M. Grubb, Saint Louis University School of Medicine; and Frances Clark, BS, C-TAGME, Wright State University Boonshoft School of Medicine


By 2015, all specialties and subspecialties began using the ACGME milestones to evaluate resident progress. Programs report milestones data to the ACGME semiannually, and the completed milestones scores are reviewed with residents and fellows during their semiannual reviews. Let’s take a moment to expand on this standard and look at some ways programs can use milestones data to make improvements.

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