Complete and email or fax the Group Enrollment Form to started on the METRIC module(s) of your choice.
3-13 Residents: $100
14-19 Residents: $125
20-25 Residents: $150
26+ Residents: $200
*Includes group registrations and standard tracking reports. Only one AAFP nonmember faculty for every ten (10) residents will be at no charge. Additional nonmember faculty will be charged $125. All nonmember residents will be charged $125.
Hear from physicians who have used METRIC, and learn more about the process through this short video.
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Contact METRIC staff to arrange a preview any or all of the METRIC modules before you enroll.
(800) 274-2237 x6553
METRIC offers residents and faculty a structured, valuable way to participate in and document the ACGME competency in practice-based learning and improvement. In addition, participating faculty members may earn 20 AAFP Prescribed credits and satisfy the ABFM's MC-FP Part IV requirement for Maintenance of Certification.
Note: Only one AAFP nonmember faculty for every ten (10) residents will be at no charge. Additional nonmember faculty will be charged $125. All nonmember residents will be charged $125.
Your program may choose to complete one module together, or complete multiple modules in smaller sub-teams. For example, a project group with 12 particpants could decide to have three sub-teams of four complete three different modules, or sub-teams of four complete three different modules. Individual physicians may also choose an intervention to complete alone and still remain a part of the group.
Asthma accounts for more than 10.5 million office visits each year. Identify changes to improve the lives of your asthma patients and your practice with this module.
In the United States, more than 25.8 million people have diabetes. Identify changes that may improve the lives of your diabetic patients, as well as your practice.
Eighty-eight percent of people older than 65 years of age have at least one chronic health condition. Improve the health of your geriatric patients and your practice through this module.
Identify changes that can improve the lives of your patients and your practice through this performance improvement module. Updated to align with JNC-8 guidelines. Applicable to MC-FP Part IV.
Review the performance measures for all METRIC modules »(1 page PDF)
While METRIC modules only require 10-15 patient charts per module, each participant may enter up to 50 patient charts during the baseline assessment (Stage A) and another 50 patient charts during the reassessment (Stage C) , for a total of up to 100 patient charts. Simply note the number of charts your group would like to enter on your Group Enrollment Form.
If each group member is not able to enter ten charts, it is essential to determine how many charts can be entered and to indicate that number on the enrollment form. The lowest number of charts per resident must be communicated to METRIC staff on the group enrollment form. For example, if one resident can enter 11 charts, another resident can enter nine charts, and another resident can enter seven charts. It is essential that the minimum chart review number be set to seven charts per participant.
Faculty members who desire to apply the CME credit earned through METRIC to their MC-FP Part IV Maintenance of Certification requirement must enter at least ten charts, regardless of the residency program minimum.
Faculty or quality improvement initiative leaders can easily monitor the progress of the group in accomplishing each step in the program through standard tracking reports.
The standard group tracking report is a list of all physicians in the group along with a date stamp of each step in the METRIC module they completed, including:
View a sample standard group tracking report »(1 page PDF)
Custom group reports list each participant of the residency program project group and the stage of the METRIC module each participant has completed may be provided upon request. For additional report options, contact the METRIC staff by email at email@example.com or by calling (800) 274-2237 x6553.
View a sample customized report »(4 page PDF)
Residents can provide documentation demonstrating their development of the ACGME competency in practic-based learning and improvement by printing each step of the METRIC program, including baseline and follow up practice assessment questionnaire responses, performance measure results and their action plan.
Please note: At this time, raw data from the METRIC online program is not able to be downloaded electronically for file storage outside of the online METRIC tool.
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METRIC for Residency Programs