AAD DataDerm Clinical Registry

Course Name:
AAD DataDerm Clinical Registry
Provider:
AAD
Cost:
0.00
CME Credits:
20
Estimated Completion Time:
varies

AAD DataDerm Clinical Registry - Practice Improvement Exercise

The American Board of Dermatology (ABD) has determined that participation in AAD’s DataDerm will satisfy MOC Part IV requirements. One Quality Improvement (Part IV) activity must be completed in the first 5 years of each 10-year MOC cycle and another in the second 5 years of the cycle.

Active participants in DataDerm demonstrate their commitment to quality improvement. Consequently, these Diplomates are eligible to benefit from this arrangement with the ABD. Diplomates don’t need to take any additional steps to fulfill this requirement. The following information will be shared with the ABD through the Diplomat’s AAD CME transcript; full name, AAD Member ID, and e-mail address along with the language “DataDerm MOC Part IV Participant 2019” (date will change each year).  No data from individual or cumulative DataDerm submissions will be shared.  DataDerm participants can opt out of this opportunity.

Although Diplomates are only required to satisfy the Part IV component once every five years, as long as Diplomates remain an active participant in DataDerm, this information will be shared with ABD each year.

AAD's DataDerm

DataDerm, the Academy's clinical data registry, will help you transform your practice and report MIPS.

Enroll in DataDerm

Review the three-step process and enroll in DataDerm today. The Academy's CMS-certified registry makes reporting easier and transparent.

 DataDerm dashboard

Already enrolled in DataDerm? Access your dashboard. See real-time information on your reporting progress.

DataDerm FAQs

Get quick answers to your questions, including details on reporting deadlines. MIPS reporting requirements change every year, but the Academy helps you track the changes.

DataDerm resources

The DataDerm resource library has a variety of useful forms and training guides available for download, along with other valuable resources.

Reviewer Comments

1/9/2022

“the whole mipps reporting thing is annoying. There are many ways I could improve my practice but constantly trying to work out the IT issues is insane and frustrating.”

7/31/2021

“Very easy to use”

4/4/2021

“I thought it was fairly straightforward and the AAD staff was remarkably helpful”

12/23/2020

“Good experience, organized.”

12/14/2020

“Cumberson if you have to enter all data by hand”

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Communications@ABDerm.org

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To serve the public and profession by setting high standards for dermatologists to earn and maintain Board certification.