Please note that the ACGME/ACGME-I websites do NOT use OpenSSL, so our sites are not vulnerable to the Heartbleed Bug.
If your password was originally set up with case sensitivity, it will now be required when logging in to ADS/Case Logs. Password must be between 8 and 50
characters long, must contain at least one lowercase letter, at least one
uppercase letter, at least one special character, and at least 1 number.
Resetting your password - new requirements:
If you reset your password, you will now be required to enter a password that meets the following criteria:
Password must be between 8 and 50 characters long, must contain at least one lowercase letter, at least one uppercase letter, at least one special character, and at least 1 number.
Residents in Anesthesia (US and International), Pediatric Anesthesia (US), Diagnostic Radiology (US), Radiation Oncology (US) and Transitional Year (International), will not have immediate access to the mobile site. However, these will be released in the near future.
Attention, users running Chrome, Firefox or Safari with plugins or extensions. If you are currently experiencing an incomplete User Interface (UI), please add "acgme.org" domain to your ad blocking plugin/extension whitelist. The reason for the page displaying without styles resides in the domain name having "ads" ex: www.acgme.org/ads in which the plugin/extension reacts to "Ads".
Access to the Accreditation Data System (ADS) is secured by an encryption certificate obtained through the VeriSign Corporation. We use 128-bit SSL encryption to help ensure the secure transfer of information. If you are using a less secure encryption level you may experience difficulty and should upgrade.
The Resident Case Log System utilizes Common Procedural Terminology (CPT) codes. The five character codes and descriptions included in the system are obtained from CPT, copyright 2012 by the American Medical Association (AMA). CPT is developed by the AMA as a listing of descriptive terms and five character identifying codes and modifiers for reporting medical services and procedures.
ACGME Data Systems can be accessed anywhere with an internet connection via a computer using Microsoft Windows or Apple Mac operating systems. To utilize current features and future enhancements completely, please access our systems using one of the supported web browsers listed below.
The web browser requirement includes all the ACGME Data Systems: Resident Case Log, Survey and Accreditation Data System .
Note: Due to security concerns identified by Microsoft, ACGME will no longer support Internet Explorer (IE) 7 beginning 1 September 2012. The discontinued support of IE 7 will apply to the Resident Case Logs, Surveys, and the Accreditation Data System.
All users are urged to upgrade to IE 8, at least, in order to take advantage of its improved security features and stability. Be aware that our upgraded data collection system will work in IE7 but you may experience decreased user interface experience. To upgrade, visit the IE downloads page. ACGME will continue to support IE 8 and 9, as well as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari.
ACGME will continue to support IE 8 and 9, as well as Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome, and Apple Safari.
Please e-mail WebADS@acgme.org with questions or concerns.