Meeting The ACGME's Regulations for Resident Duty Hours
The Accreditation Council for Graduate Medical Education (ACGME) established new requirements in 2011 pertaining to the total number of hours residents can work per week as well as the amount of time off between shifts. Additionally, several states have their own set of standards to consider.
Maintain Compliance With ACGME Guidelines
Amcom Duty Hours Tracking™ is software that enables administrators to generate reports on the number of hours each resident has worked and the intervals off between their shifts to help ensure ACGME compliance.
Why It’s Effective
- Improves patient safety with rested residents
- Helps your program comply with ACGME requirements
- Standardizes your approach to hours tracking
- Uses existing directory and on-call scheduling information