Medtrics Launches Real-time Performance Tracking for Surgical Residency and Fellowship Programs

Wednesday, May 2, 2018 General News
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With the new module, programs can collect performance data on trainees immediately after case is performed, instead of months to weeks later

LEWISBURG, Pa., May 2, 2018 /PRNewswire-PRWeb/ -- Medtrics Lab, a technology company specializing in medical education

announced the launch of a new procedure-based assessment module for their Medtrics platform. The new module was built with feedback from the surgical community and allows training programs to track performance of trainees in real-time. With Medtrics, faculty members can submit assessments on trainees immediately after completing a case in the operating room from their smart-phone or tablet instead of waiting until the end of a rotation or academic year.

Medtrics integrates the milestones for surgical residencies and fellowships provided by the Accreditation Council of Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) and supports the assessment forms provided by the American Board of Surgery (ABS). Program directors can quickly setup their assessment forms and distribute them to faculty members through Medtrics. As residents and fellows perform cases and collect evaluations, Medtrics tracks their performance in real-time, which helps them improve.

"We understand that timing is critical in surgical education and wanted to provide a tool that supports real-time workflows," said Chris Tokodi, CEO of Medtrics.

Medtrics is launching the new product on May 2nd at the Association for Surgical Education's annual Surgical Education Week in Austin, Texas.

About Medtrics Lab: Medtrics is a complete competency-based education and accreditation management system built for modern training programs. As a centralized GME/UME platform, Medtrics allows academic institutions to manage various types of programs in one place. Medtrics integrates the 6 core competencies of medicine as well as all the individual milestones for each specialty and subspecialty. Medtrics is used by institutions to manage requirements of ACGME, AOA, LCME, and AAMC.

 

SOURCE Medtrics Lab



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