Tracking Operations and Outcomes for Plastic Surgeons (TOPS)
The TOPS program was launched in 2002 as a secure and confidential national database of plastic surgery procedures and outcomes. All ASPS active members and candidates for membership in the American Society of Plastic Surgeons are encouraged to participate in the TOPS program.
What is ASPS TOPS?
TOPS℠, or Tracking Operations and Outcomes for Plastic Surgeons, is a national database launched in 2002 and is accessible for free to all ASPS members and candidates for membership who practice in the United States.
TOPS is the largest aggregation of plastic surgery data assembled and includes more than 1.4 million plastic surgery procedures and outcomes. As more members use the registry, TOPS becomes more powerful and can provide easily accessible data that can facilitate practice improvement and quality of patient care to individual practices.
TOPS also includes the ASPS-QCDR module for submission to CMS. For more information on the ASPS-QCDR, please visit ASPS Qualified Clinical Data Registry (QCDR).
Participation is voluntary, but all ASPS members and candidates for membership are encouraged to participate in the TOPS program.
To sign up for TOPS, please visit the Plastic Surgery Registries Network (PSRN).
Additional TOPS Resources
- How to Enter a Case into TOPS
- ASPS-TOPS FAQ
- ASPS-TOPS Case Report Form
- TOPS CME Policy
- Managing Custom Templates
- Adding and Managing Facilities
- Managing Custom Fields
- Cleft Palate Module User Guide
Note: TOPS performs best using Google Chrome.