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Trauma Quality Improvement Program

The American College of Surgeons Trauma Quality Improvement Program (ACS TQIP®) works to elevate the quality of care for trauma patients in your trauma center. In fact, we’re already doing that in more than 800 participating trauma centers across the United States. TQIP accomplishes its work by collecting data from your trauma center, providing feedback about your center’s performance, and identifying institutional characteristics that your trauma center staff can implement to improve patient outcomes. The program uses risk-adjusted benchmarking to provide your hospital with accurate national comparisons. TQIP also provides education and training to help your trauma center staff improve the quality of your data and accurately interpret your benchmark reports. You can network and share information about best practices with other trauma professionals at the TQIP annual meeting, through the TQIP Google group, and in regular web conferences.

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Register Today

Register today for the 2018 Annual Scientific Meeting, November 16–18 in Anaheim, CA. The meeting brings together trauma medical directors, program managers, coordinators, and registrars from participating and prospective TQIP hospitals.

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Claim Your Credits

The deadline for physicians to claim Self-Assessment Credit and CME conference evaluation credits is August 3 for the ACS Quality and Safety Conference. The deadline to claim CNE Credit is September 21.

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Collaborative Toolkit

Leaders from our mature ACS TQIP Collaboratives have compiled their “lessons learned” into a comprehensive toolkit to help new TQIP Collaboratives get started. This document serves as a resource to assist leaders in addressing potential challenges and as a road map for Collaborative development. 

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Join TQIP

Dr. Leonard Weireter, Jr., recounts his facility’s participation in the Trauma Quality Improvement Program and how comparable trauma benchmarking has helped them focus their improvement efforts.

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