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The ACGME Case Log app is designed for registered resident and fellow users in accredited programs to log their patient encounters in a secure, HIPAA compliant app. A system-generated login is required. Access must be enabled by your program.
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The advantage of this app is to take out your phone and log the case right after you’re done. Functionality is otherwise limited (ie cannot search prior cases at least at this time) and would be best served still with the acgme website. A good, convenient start nevertheless and I suspect future versions will be more comprehensive
Big issue, especially among juniors, is prompt case logs. As surgeons, we are always pressed for time. Often hard to remember to log cases immediately after, as that time may be devoted to patient care or other house keeping issues. Cases can go unclogged for days, weeks, or forgotten completely. Before this app, I actually made a home button to take me directly to the log web page, but it was not ideal. For some reason the mobile version of the site was hit/miss. This app worked like a charm at first but recently I ran into some UI issues, similar to the issues when accessing the website from phone. The most frustrating being unable to scroll to the bottom to click submit after filling out all the information. The drop down menus also seem to be out of place since the most recent iOS update. Great app. Been waiting 5 years for this one. But needs an update urgently
This app is a waste of time. It is much slower to log anesthesia cases than using the desktop site. First off, it doesn’t keep you logged in like every other app on one’s phone making it rather inconvenient to use (I know the website also doesn’t keep you logged in and that’s also inconvenient and pointless but at least my computer more easily autofills my password). Logging cases is cumbersome because every single different section has to be selected separately from a dropdown instead of having them all appear simultaneously on the same page. The way one needs to hit a “plus” button to select ASA status, etc doesn’t make sense. Why aren’t the giant ASA numbers the buttons themselves? Bottom line is this app is poorly designed and is greatly inferior to simply logging cases on the website.
The app really defeats the purpose of being a quick and convenient way to log cases in between cases. The log in information is not saved and requires an unnecessarily long password. As you type in the log in information it bumps you out intermittently. The scrolling to find a saved procedure becomes locked and unable to scroll unless you realest the drop down menu. Too many bugs and too many inconveniences to make it worth using throughout the day.
This app simply loads the case log web page; there is no advantage over just placing a link to the case log page on the home screen. You even have to do the full web page log in every time. Three significant improvements: 1) Use of FaceID to log in; a pin would be a good alternative for phones that don’t use FaceID. 2) Offline logging, which syncs to the cloud caselog when back online. Many ORs have limited cell and WiFi service (looking at you, VA) so an online only app loses some utility. 3) A (limited) reports options - maybe total numbers vs required, case summary for the last XX amount of time, and a last XX cases logged
Developed by ACGME.
ACGME Case Logs is ranking in Medical & Utilities
Last update was at Jun 26, 2019and the current version is 2.0.
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ACGME Case Logs have a 23a user reviews.
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