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SurgicalPerformance is a powerful ally in helping you earn CPD hours/points across multiple categories. Existing SurgicalPerformance users have earned up to 70% of their CPD requirement with their college through their daily work flow. This formal recognition of the power of ’Quantified Reflection’ enabled by SurgicalPerformance, creates a powerful precedence for you as well.

Reflect better

Performance data.

With a growing cohort of performance-minded surgeons who have entered data on over 200,000 surgical cases, SurgicalPerformance enables ’Quantified Reflection’ across their cases and their colleagues de-identified cases. That’s why, as an example RANZCOG credits its SurgicalPerformance users with 1 CPD Hour for every 6 cases entered. Simply put, they’re valuing the difference between ’kind of knowing’ and knowing precisely.


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Every six cases entered will earn one CPD hour.


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For your reference, here is the RANZCOG CPD precedent explained.
RANZCOG recognizes three ways that CPD hours can be earned with SurgicalPerformance:


Outcome Measurement (OM)

For every 6 cases in SurgicalPerformance, you can claim 1 CPD hour in OM. However, these SurgicalPerformance cases need to have completed a 4 to 6 weeks follow up. A minimum of 12 cases/2 hours are required to claim CPD. For RANZCOG, you need to claim a minimum of 5 hours and a maximum of 30 hours in the OM category.


Performance Review (PR)

Performance Review (PR) You can claim up to 3 CPD hours by reviewing your SurgicalPerformance outcomes data with a peer (colleague).


Educational Activities:

By evaluating SurgicalPerformance, you can claim an additional 2 hours CPD.
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Annual allocation of hours for Outcome Measurement (OM) and Performance Review (PR)


The daily practice of
performance-minded surgeons.

In the words of Dr Albert Jung, “The question always is… How do we get better?” SurgicalPerformance enables you to quantify your performance, know your numbers, know how you compare to the de-identified average from over 200,000 cases entered, know you’re not an outlier, know your patients better and foster better doctor/patient relationships.