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ACS NSQIP Pediatric

ACS NSQIP Pediatric

The success of the American College of Surgeons National Surgical Quality Improvement Program® (ACS NSQIP®) in providing hospitals with high-quality surgical outcomes data and methods to improve care has led to efforts to extend this robust quality improvement program to a larger number of hospitals and surgical specialties. The ACS has collaborated with the American Pediatric Surgical Association (APSA) to develop a pediatric version of ACS NSQIP. 

Login to the NSQIP Pediatric Workstation

Deadline Approaching

2017 ACS NSQIP Call for Abstracts

The call for abstracts for the 2017 ACS NSQIP Annual Conference is closing January 27. Make sure to submit you abstracts for consideration. Abstracts should focus on quality improvement initiatives and the development, implementation, or validation of best practices.

  Submit an abstract

Risk Calculator

ACS NSQIP Pediatric Risk Calculator

ACS NSQIP Pediatric data powers a preoperative risk calculator tool that allows clinicians to input an individual patient’s risk factors—such as age, sex, and ASA class—into a statistical model that calculates the likelihood of various outcomes.

  Access the Risk Calculator

Quality Support Tools

The Participant Use Data File (PUF) contains patient-level, aggregate data and does not identify hospitals, health care providers, or patients. The PUF is provided at no additional cost to employees of ACS NSQIP Pediatric participating hospitals.

  Request Participant Use Data File