Clinical Competency Committees Made Simple

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Clinical Competency Committees Made Simple

Authors:
Melinda Feldkircher
Krista Lombardo-Klefos, MBA
Lisa M. Kempton, M.Ed., R.T.(R)
Lori Smith, MBA
Sylvia Zavatchen


ACGME-accredited programs are required to establish a clinical competency committee (CCC) to evaluate their residents—a task made even more complicated by the lack of guidance on how to properly run a CCC.

Don’t reinvent the wheel. Get the inside scoop from GME program officials at the Cleveland Clinic who have successfully established their CCCs. This book will help you take the tools you are already using—such as an evaluation/promotion committee and resident evaluation forms—and shape them to meet the ACGME requirements for CCCs and Milestone reporting.

Clinical Competency Committees Made Simple provides clear processes, guidelines, and sample tools for building a successful and lasting CCC. Reduce unnecessary burden on committee members and program administrators while also meeting the ACGME requirements for CCCs.

This book will help you:

  • Customize a CCC for your residency program
  • Understand why CCCs have been put into place
  • Properly evaluate your residents using Milestones
  • Teach faculty members and residents the importance of CCCs and Milestones
  • Write a policy regarding the functions of your CCC


Table of Contents

Section 1: The ACGME Clinical Competency Committee Requirement

  • Choosing a Committee Chair
  • Writing a Policy of the Committee’s Function


Section 2: GME Institutional Oversight 


Section 3: Importance of Faculty and Trainee Education

  • Explaining Evaluations
  • Ensuring Appropriate Oversight of New Evaluations


Section 4: Creating Your Clinical Competency Committee

  • Committee Membership
  • Developing the Standard Process
  • Do you Have to Pay Committee Members?
  • Attendance Requirements
  • Process and Division of Labor
  • Written Description


Section 5: Planning for Your Clinical Competency Committee Meeting


Section 6: Preparing for Your Clinical Competency Committee Meeting

  • Collecting Information Specific to Your Program
  • Distributing Reports


Section 7: Documenting Your Clinical Competency Committee Meeting

  • Summative Evaluations
  • Remediation/Learning Plans

 

About the Authors

Melinda Feldkircher, education manager, OBGYN & Women’s Health Institute, Cleveland Clinic
Krista Lombardo-Klefos, MBA, graduate medical education accreditation manager, Cleveland Clinic 
Lisa M. Kempton, MEd, RT(R), education program manager/fellowship coordinator, division of radiology, Cleveland Clinic 
Lori Smith, MBA, assistant administrative director, graduate medical education, Cleveland Clinic 
Sylvia Zavatchen, program coordinator, diagnostic radiology residency program, Cleveland Clinic


Published: June 2015

Page count: 104
Dimensions: 7x9
ISBN: 978-1-55645-229-1