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Ask the expert: What should we include in our internal review reports?

Residency Program Insider, September 9, 2008

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To complete a thorough internal review report, include the following information:
 

  • Name of the program
  • The ACGME-assigned midpoint date of the accreditation cycle and the status of review at that time
  • Names on the internal review committee members
  • Documentation of proper review of the GMEC’s internal review protocol
  • List of interviewed individuals
  • List of reviewed documents
  • List of citations from the previous ACGME accreditation notification letter
  • Summary of how the program and institution tackled those citations


This week’s question and answer come from Internal Review Made Simple by, Robin E. Graham, MD, FACS, published by HCPro, Inc.



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