About the Surgeon Specific Registry
The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Surgeon Specific Registry (SSR) is an online software application and database that allows surgeons to track their cases and outcomes in a convenient, easy-to-use manner from their computer or mobile devices (iOS and Android). The SSR builds on the ACS Case Log system, enabling surgeons not only to log and keep track of their cases, but also participate in an increasing number of regulatory programs for the individual health care professional.
It is becoming increasingly recognized that a database specific for surgeons is needed for a variety of different initiatives, and the SSR has been refined to continue addressing many of the regulatory requirements for individual surgeons. The system supports Part 4 of Maintenance of Certification (MOC) and provides for electronic transmittal of cases to the American Board of Surgery (ABS) for recertification. The SSR also continues to work closely with the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) to implement the Quality Payment Program (QPP) Merit-Based Incentive Payment System (MIPS) for the 2017 program year (see below for more information).
The SSR is currently free of charge for ACS surgeon members as a membership benefit and resource. The SSR is also available to non-ACS surgeon members for an annual subscription fee of $299.
Interested in Creating an Account?
Please contact us at SSR@facs.org for more information.
Permission Agreement to Transfer Data from the Current System to the New SSR Platform
For current SSR users, please see below the important information that could affect you.