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Children's Surgery

Children's Surgery VerificationChildren's Surgery Verification Quality Improvement Program

The American College of Surgeons (ACS), in collaboration with the Task Force for Children’s Surgical Care, developed standards to improve surgical care for children surgical patients. These standards led to the development of the Children’s Surgery Verification Program and are the nation’s first and only multispecialty standards for children’s surgical care. The Children’s Surgery Verification Program verifies these standards have been met at participating centers.  

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NSQIP PediatricACS National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Pediatric

The ACS National Surgical Quality Improvement Program Pediatric (ACS NSQIP Pediatric) is a surgical quality improvement program specific to pediatric surgery. It is the first multispecialty national database to measure surgical outcomes for pediatrics. ACS NSQIP Pediatric is the nation’s first and only risk-adjusted, clinical, outcomes-based program to measure and improve pediatric surgical care.

About ACS NSQIP Pediatric

Children’s Surgery News

Hospitals interested in enrolling in the ACS Children’s Surgery Verification Quality Improvement Program may now file a Pre-Application online for participation in the program.

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Claim Your Credits

For physicians who only want to claim CME conference evaluation credits and forego the self-assessment activity, the deadline is September 22. The deadline to claim CNE Credit is September 22.

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