Use the links below to gain quick access to helpful resources for both health care practitioners and patients, as well as clinical guidelines and standards to help guide your practice:
- Clinical Guidelines & Standards
- Practice Points Fact Sheets (Member-access only)
- Certification & Accreditation Information
- Training Requirements & Opportunities
Documenting Your Facility’s Commitment to Quality and Safety through the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC)
IAC accreditation provides facilities with a pathway to demonstrate quality to insurance carriers, referring physicians and patients. The IAC programs for accreditation are dedicated to quality improvement and patient safety and all support one common company mission: Improving health care through accreditation®.
ASNC is a sponsoring organization of both IAC Nuclear/PET and IAC CT, providing board representation to ensure that The Standards and the overall accreditation processes are accurate and reflective of the field of nuclear cardiology.
IAC utilizes a rigorous clinical peer review process to ensure that quality and safe practices are established for improved patient outcomes. The process seeks to advance appropriate utilization, standardization and quality of diagnostic imaging, interventional and therapeutic procedures.
As the only CMS-approved accrediting body that provides a clinical peer review of case studies (with pathology) for diagnostic quality, report accuracy and report completeness, IAC provides the most comprehensive review process in the accreditation industry.