Applications & Fees
The Endoscopy Unit Recognition Program (EURP) is designed to meet you and your team where you are in whichever setting in which endoscopic services are provided and wherever you are around the globe because quality improvement is, at its core, local.
Fundamentally, quality improvement is about people, the people who are your healthcare team and the patients they serve. Pursuit and fulfillment of EURP recognition supports the delivery of high-quality, safe, patient-centered care as your team translates quality and safety concepts into practice in an enduring manner, building and maintaining a Culture of Quality and Safety.
There are three application pathways to achieve honoree status in the ASGE Endoscopy Unit Recognition Program. Choose the right pathway for you, your team, and your facility. Core program requirements are the same across application pathways with different criteria in pathways based on colonoscopy volumes and other endoscopic services provided for US-based units and then for units based outside of the United States.
The Ambulatory Surgery Center/Hospital Outpatient Department/Office application pathway is for settings that provide endoscopic services in the United States that have ≥ 5% of colonoscopy volume being colorectal cancer screening procedures.
The Hospital application pathway is only for hospital-based units in the United States with ≤ 5% of colonoscopy volume being colorectal cancer screening procedures.
The International application pathway is for settings outside of the United States that provide endoscopic services including colorectal cancer screening.
Specific course requirements and application fees are associated with each application pathway. Visit any application pathway below for details.