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Credential Tracking
QC-Track®.Credentials™
Ready to reduce staffing disruption risk and save tracking time? The patent pending QC-Track.Credentials module is designed for the unique tracking requirements of diagnostic imaging.

NEW:     QC-Track.Credentials now has three options of credential tracking: Standard, Enhanced, and Specialty.

QC-Track.Credentials - Standard tracks periodic training, certification, and reviews such as those established by department managers and Radiation Safety Officers. This option meets general imaging tracking needs, like The Joint Commission’s new training requirement that all fluoroscopy staff undergo and document ongoing education. Features include reminder schedules, credential reports, and the ability to attach PDF copies of certifications. A new feature allows links to online training to be included in the email reminder to make it easier for employees to stay current.

QC-Track.Credentials - Enhanced includes all of the capabilities of the Standard offering and adds detailed tracking for CEU/CME and exam count by modality. The point-in-time and rolling window tracking features simplify compliance with the ACR’s continuing education requirement and automatically identify and notify personnel of expiring credentials.

QC-Track.Credentials - Specialty is a comprehensive credential tracking solution that builds on the Enhanced offering to meet all of the needs specific to a modality. The initial offering is Specialty for Mammography™ for FDA EQUIP. Specialty for Mammography adds support for the process requirements of FDA EQUIP Questions 1 and 2 and the ability to schedule and track device and location events through the QC-Track®.Planner™ module.

See the chart at the bottom of this page for benefits and features of each of the three options.
Tracking and Sign Off for FDA EQUIP
For RTs and IPs being tracked in the QC-Track.Credentials module, two workflows are available to support the Image QA tracking needs of FDA EQUIP and MQSA facilities.
  • For EQUIP Question 1, Image Feedback, a workflow in the Image Feedback tab is used to track feedback between the IP and the RT. An email is sent to the RT when feedback is logged. Corrective Actions can be logged and tracked.
  • For EQUIP Question 2, Image Review, a workflow in the Image Review tab is used to track the periodic IP and RT image reviews. Corrective Actions can be logged and tracked.
  • For EQUIP Question 3, Sign Off, a workflow in the QC Reports module allows LIPs to perform paperless QA/QC review and electronic sign off.
For more information on how QC-Track meets your EQUIP needs, view our infographic or see our FDA EQUIP web page.

Reports
QC-Track Standard Reports meet the reporting needs of inspectors and ACR, including:
  • Reports for credentials, CEU, and exam level by modality over a selected period of time for all the clinical professionals in your system
  • All credentials data is centrally maintained, and at inspection time is accessible from anywhere on your network

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Licensing
The QC-Track.Credentials module is an optional add-on to the QC-Track Base Platform.

Credentials are licensed by the number of clinical professionals being tracked. Professionals being tracked are not required to be QC-Track users.
  • Pre-Requisites: none
  • Restrictions: none

Selecting the Right Option
With three options for credential tracking, you can select which level of QC-Track.Credentials best meets the needs of individuals or departments. Have professionals who store documents as proof of annual training? Use the Standard level option for that. Have departments with more complex requirements for continuing education and exam counts by modality? That’s a tracking task for Enhanced. Have a mammography department that follows the FDA EQUIP guidelines? Specialty for Mammography provides you what you need. Pick the level that works for you: Standard, Enhanced, Specialty for Mammography or a combination of all three to bring the benefits of paperless credential tracking to your entire imaging team.

Benefits and Features of Each Option
Standard Enhanced Specialty Mammography with QC-Track.Planner
Benefits
Meet TJC fluoroscopy training tracking requirements
Meet ACR, FDA MQSA, and state imaging credential tracking requirements
Manage credentials centrally or have users maintain their own credentials
Eliminate duplication through central database storage
Easily access credential records for remote locations
Simplify on-going tracking with automated credential status monitoring with built-in email notices
Meet FDA EQUIP Question 1 and 2 process requirements
Simplify scheduling and tracking of service events
Features
Reminder schedules for each tracked professional
Automated email reminder and overdue notices for credentials
Single click renewals
Electronic document attachments for personnel credentials -- including CME and CEU certificates, CPR certificates, etc.
CEU/CME for rolling window and point-in-time tracking
Exam counts for rolling window tracking
Single effort to add the same credit for multiple users and multiple credentials at once
Pre-defined QC Events to schedule, complete, and document the Image Review Process for EQUIP question 2, and to schedule the QC Sign Off process for question 3
Device-specific or location-wide event setup and tracking
Custom events tracked for locations and devices
Automated email reminder and overdue notices for device and location event tracking
Attached document search by location and device via Document Search module
Credential Reports
Credentials Summary by Location
Credit and Exam Detail by Requirement (with attached documents)
Credit and Exam Detail by Date Range (with attached documents)
Report by Modality (with attached documents)

  Atirix products are covered by issued and pending patents, including US 8,478,610 “Medical Imaging Device Quality Control System and Method” and US 8,428,969 “System and Method for Tracking Imaging Quality”
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