Accreditation is a hurdle that all facilities with CT scanners must clear in order to qualify for the highest reimbursements. Clearing the inspection hurdle on the first pass saves time, effort, and budget.
Several factors go into CT accreditation. Image quality, patient positioning accuracy, and X-ray calibrations are some of the factors used to determine the accreditation status. How will your scanner perform on inspection day?
NIS offers a service that can help.
We conduct an audit of your CT system to verify that it meets or exceeds the accreditation criteria for image quality. Any problems identified during the audit can be repaired and calibrated prior to the physicist inspection. This simple step can help eliminate wasted time and money that can occur as result of a failed official inspection.
NIS can help you to meet the criteria the first time for the following industry standards: