RadSite has released a completely redesigned version of its online accreditation application portal. After gathering input from applicants to understand how the application process could be streamlined and simplified for users, RadSite gained a clear understanding of the needs and wants of both consumers and imaging providers when it comes to accreditation. RadSite staff spoke with providers operating all types of advanced diagnostic imaging modalities across the country and incorporated their feedback into the revision.
RadSite’s MIPPA Accreditation Program (MAP) includes a review of personnel, policies and procedures, as well as sample clinical images and phantom studies. Applicants must submit three types of documents for review: Professional Qualifications, Professional Oversight and Policies and Procedures. This documentation is required for providers that apply for accreditation of their CT, MRI, PET and SPECT imaging systems. RadSite’s Standards V2.2 provides a detailed explanation of what is required and personal account managers are on standby to provide you with additional information and answer any questions you may have.
When you select RadSite as the accreditation program for your advanced diagnostic imaging systems, you partner with an organization committed to providing you a seal of approval that states you are a clear leader in imaging quality and patient safety. Continue reading to learn more about our MIPPA Accreditation Program (MAP) and why we stand out in the industry.
Learn more about RadSite's MIPPA Accreditation Program and the what to expect once your application is submitted.
When lowering operating expenses, it’s important to cut the right things. Some things not to cut? Regular testing and maintenance on your equipment. Ensuring your equipment is properly calibrated is essential to keeping your accreditation, so don’t err on the side of making cuts in those areas. Not sure? RadSite can help