The American College of Surgeons (ACS) Surgeon Specific Registry (SSR) is a Web and mobile software application and database that allows surgeons to track their cases and outcomes in a convenient, easy-to-use manner. 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, including the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Physician Quality Reporting System (CMS PQRS), various boards of surgery, and other regulatory items.
The system supports Part 4 of Maintenance of Certification (MOC) and provides for electronic transmittal of cases to the American Board of Surgery for recertification. The SSR also continues to work closely with CMS to remain a PQRS-qualified registry. The 2015 PQRS General Surgery Measures Group is now available in the SSR. 2015 PQRS individual measures and 2015 ACS SSR Qualified Clinical Data Registry – Trauma measures will be available in the SSR later this year. If you have questions regarding PQRS participation in the SSR, please e-mail SSR@facs.org.
The SSR has been refined to continue addressing many of the regulatory requirements for individual surgeons.
Create an Account
Have you registered for the SSR? The SSR is currently free of charge for ACS members. To use this member resource, you will need to register for the system by logging in with your ACS username and password. You will then be taken to an account creation page.
The SSR is available to non-ACS surgeon members for an annual subscription fee of $299. Please purchase the one-year subscription to begin the registration process. Once you have purchased the one-year subscription, you will receive an e-mail confirmation. Activation to the SSR will require one business day. You will receive an e-mail notification when your account is activated with instructions on next steps.
If you have already registered for the Surgeon Specific Registry, log in to the system and enter your cases. You only need to register once.