American Board of Dermatology BCC Registry - Free

Course Name:
Basal Cell Carcinoma Registry - Free
Provider:
American Board of Dermatolgy
Cost:
Free
Estimated Completion Time:
3 years

Reviewer Comments

10/18/2019

“I thought it was interesting to compare how I treated my patients with the others in the exercise. The resource was easy to use and keep track of. The only criticism I have is that it did not automatically link into the moc table when it was completed. I kept looking for it to show up as completed on the table since it is a resource of the board”

9/26/2019

“It wasn't too time consuming. We already did the majority of it.”

3/15/2019

“The BCC registry program was already in place at my current practice.”

2/10/2019

“I found this a helpful resource.”

11/19/2018

“Easy to use.”

10/12/2018

“very good”

3/25/2018

“thank you!”

3/9/2018

“Excellent, useful”

12/28/2017

“It was quick and easy.”

11/24/2017

“this was a good exercise to reflect on my patient population and treatment patterns”

7/2/2017

“It was simple exercise designed to make sure that our BCC patients were treated in a timely manner”

6/28/2017

“It was fairly simple to complete. ”

3/14/2017

“Fairly easy to navigate and data collection is simple.”

2/6/2017

“Good exercise, but somewhat clunky inputting procedure. May be supplanted by other Practice Improvement requirements.”

12/6/2016

“Fairly easy to complete. ”

10/1/2016

“Easy to use”

7/29/2016

“It was a good exercise to see my results compared to the national results”

7/29/2016

“It was a good exercise to see my results compared to the national results”

7/26/2016

“Made me think about how our system could be changed to better ensure follow-up”

1/7/2016

“at least it was free, but I didn't receive any confirmation or acknowledgment that my summary statement was recieved”

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