Managing Your Modalities in ACRedit (CT, MR, NM, PET, US, Mammography) (Revised 12-12-19)
Modified on: Fri, 13 Dec, 2019 at 1:40 PM
Please see the alternative instructions for managing your modalities in ACRedit Plus and ROPA.
From the ACRedit Home Page, use the underlined item headings on the left side of the screen or the underlined links in the upper-right-hand corner to see your current application, or to see information previously submitted.
My Applications shows your list of draft or submitted applications. You may print legal forms and invoices from this page. The system will save your progress on an application, so you may leave and come back at a later time. If your draft application is inactive for 60 days, the system will delete the unsubmitted application. Login users will receive reminder emails about inactive draft applications. If your application is deleted, you will not be able to recover it.
My Testing Packages shows your list of draft or submitted testing packages. You will submit and print your data forms from this page.
Changing Your Exams for Submission: Before making changes to your exams, please review the program requirements for your modality; some modalities have required exams for submission, which may not be changed. Exam change requests should be submitted as support ticket requests. There, you may select the topic/category of exam change, fill out the modality ID number and unit (if applicable) and specify the exam you wish to add, remove or change.
My Final Reports provides a list of final reports by unit and date. If you receive a deficiency report, this page will display a link to your option form when it is available.
My Modalities shows the list of modalities available under your account login. This screen is used to access your personnel, unit, and CMS information (if applicable). To view a list of other modalities or demographic information for your location, click “Modality Details” under the action column.
My Profile shows the contact information (name, email, and phone) for the account holder. You may change your password on this tab.
Logout exits the ACRedit account and returns you to the login page.
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