Report proposes revised standards for diagnostic imaging programs

08/15/2013 | AuntMinnie.com (free registration)

The U.S. Joint Commission has released proposed revisions to the diagnostic imaging accreditation requirements for facilities that use nuclear medicine, PET, CT and MRI, including a requirement that facilities track and limit radiation exposure among personnel and rules regarding assessment of devices. "Research has indicated that the current Joint Commission requirements need to be enhanced to address several significant quality- and safety-related issues associated with diagnostic imaging," according to the document.

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