ASPS Performance Measures
Performance measures are tools that help clinicians measure or quantify healthcare processes, outcomes, patient perceptions, and organizational structure and/or systems to improve the quality of care for patients.
ASPS Performance Measures follow a rigorous development process that includes a multidisciplinary work group, management of conflicts of interest, and patient input. That process can be viewed here.
Reconstruction After Skin Cancer Resection
The Reconstruction After Skin Cancer Resection Performance Measures, a joint effort with ASPS, AAO-HNS, AAFPRS, ASDS, AAD, ACMS and ASMS, is now available for public comment until July 12. Please submit comments via Survey Monkey.
Download the FACE-Q Skin Cancer Module- Satisfaction with Information: Appearance scale for measure 7.
The Rhinoplasty Measure set, a joint effort with ASPS, AAO-HNSF, AAFPRS, AAOMS and the Rhinoplasty Society, was approved by the ASPS Executive Committee in October 2018.
Autologous Breast Reconstruction
The Autologous Breast Reconstruction Measure Set was approved by the ASPS Executive Committee in October 2017.
The Breast Reconstruction Measure set was approved by the ASPS Executive Committee in 2015.
Panniculectomy and Abdominoplasty
The Abdominoplasty and Panniculectomy Measure sets were approved by the ASPS Executive Committee in October 2017.
All ASPS Measures are implemented in the ASPS-QCDR. Please click here for more information.
CMS Quality Payment Program Measures Stewarded by ASPS
- QPP 21- Selection of Prophylactic Antibiotic – First OR Second Generation Cephalosporin
- QPP 23- Venous Thromboembolism (VTE) Prophylaxis (When Indicated in ALL Patients)