At the end of the rotation fellows are evaluated on six core competencies using our electronic system in MedHub. Every 6 months fellows meeting with the Program Director to go over the fellows progress. Each fellow will be graded according to the ACGME Milestones in Patient Care, Medical Knowledge, Practice-Based Learning, Interpersonal and Communication Skills, Professionalism, and Systes-Based Practice. All evaluations for the 6 month period will be reviewed along with any other pertinent information regarding the fellows education.
Compentency and Subcompetency
||Gathers and synthesizes essential and accurate information to define each patient’s clinical problem(s).
||Develops and achieves comprehensive management plan for each patient.
||Manages patients with progressive responsibility and independence.
||Requests and providesconsultativecare.
||Demonstrates skill in performing and interpreting invasive procedures
||Demonstrates skill in performing and interpreting non-invasive procedures and/or testing.
||Possesses Clinical knowledge
||Knowledge of diagnostic testing and procedures.
||Works effectively within an interprofessional team (e.g., with peers, consultants, nursing, ancillary professionals, and other support personnel).
||Recognizes system error and advocates for system improvement.
||Identifies forces that impact the cost of health care, and advocates for and practices cost-effective care.
||Transitions patients effectively within and across health delivery systems.
Practice-based Learning and Improvement
||Monitors practice with a goal for improvement.
||Learns and improves via performance audit.
||Learns and improves via feedback.
||Learns and improves at the point of care.
||Has professional and respectful interactions with patients, caregivers, and members of the interprofessional team (e.g., peers, consultants, nursing, ancillary professionals, and support personnel).
||Accepts responsibility and follows through on tasks.
||Responds to each patient’s unique characteristics and needs.
||Exhibits integrity and ethical behavior in professional conduct.
Interpersonal Communication Skills (ICS)
||Communicates effectively with patients and caregivers.
||Communicates effectively in interprofessional teams (e.g., with peers, consultants, nursing, ancillary professionals, and other support personnel).
||Appropriate utilization and completion of health records.