Ultrasound Accreditation

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Preparing for ACR Accreditation

ACR Accreditation is a valuable tool for maintaining excellence in everything from operations to patient care. To prepare for your application:

  • Confirm that your medical imaging staff has the appropriate experience and qualifications.
  • Perform all quality control tests as established by ACR and your ultrasound unit manufacturer.
  • Work with your supervising physician to select your best ultrasound images for submission.

The comprehensive information you need to guide you through all of the above, including complete program requirements and testing instructions, can be found here.

Accreditation forms and quick links

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Your Roadmap to Accreditation Submission

Once you’ve applied and received your testing materials, the following documents can help you navigate the next steps to ACR Accreditation.


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Accreditation Support

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  • ACR Ultrasound Accreditation

    Effective Jan. 1, 2024, cervical imaging requirements will be a part of the 1st trimester transvaginal examination. This is being implemented to be consistent with the uterine requirements that are a part of the female pelvis transvaginal examination and to ensure that sites performing 1st trimester transvaginal exams are including all anatomy related to the uterus.

    Please refer to the Exam Requirements: Obstetrical Ultrasound article for details. Be sure to carefully review the requirements before submitting testing items for accreditation review. Requirements are subject to change at any time. Please check ACR requirements frequently for updates.

    If you have questions, please submit a support ticket. Select "Accreditation" for Support Team and "Ultrasound/NM/PET Technical" for Category.

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