Case Study Upload & Submission - IAC

Case study submissions are required in order to assess the interpretative and technical quality of the facility. View the case study requirements and submission instructions in the appropriate accreditation checklist below:

Please refer to the Accreditation Checklist above for Vein Center, Cardiac EP and/or Cardiovascular Catheterization for instructions on finalizing the application submission. All other modalities may refer to the additional information provided below regarding the pre-submission case check and instructions on uploading your case study images and documentation.

Pre-Submission Case Study Requirements Check

The pre-submission case study requirements check is initiated by the facility after the application questionnaire is completed but prior to the final application submission. The check should be initiated about two weeks prior to the expected final submission.*

*For reaccreditation applicants, the final submission (done after pre-submission case study requirements check) should occur at least three months before the expiration of the previous application to avoid a lapse in accreditation.

Once the check is initiated, changes to the application are not permitted unless the IAC staff identifies errors in the case study selection.

How it Works:

  • Facilities complete the application questionnaire and enter the case study information in its entirety.
  • Facilities then initiate the pre-submission case check which allows IAC staff to check the application to ensure proper case study, document and staff representation. The check is performed by IAC staff within two business days, in an effort to provide a more efficient application submission and review process for the applicant facility.
  • If an error in the case log is identified, facilities receive an e-mail from the IAC to update their case studies, as requested.
  • Once updates to the cases have been made, an additional check will occur until all errors are resolved.
  • Facilities are then notified to upload corresponding materials (case study images), send Agreement (if modified), and to submit their final application.

Upload Your Case Studies

Effective January 1, 2021, shipped case study materials are no longer accepted. Facilities are now required to upload all materials through IAC’s HIPAA-compliant, secure medical imaging sharing service (see below for instructions).

Once the pre-submission case check is complete, facilities will then be required to upload their images to IAC’s HIPPA-compliant, secure medical image sharing service – a more efficient way to assess your facility’s interpretative and technical quality that enables rapid processing of your facilities application.

Instructions for Uploading Cases:

  • Navigate to the Case Study Summary page for your application.
    • The Case Study List shows each case study that must be uploaded to proceed to final submission.
  • Press Start for a case study. You will be directed to the ImageShare website.
  • Select the Add a folder, cd, dvd or usb key button to upload multiple images for this case study. Press the Upload Selection button when all files are finished.
  • Upload the remainder of your case studies. Each case study upload will take some time to process.
  • Press Verify once an uploaded case is finished processing.
  • Verify that the files uploaded for this case study are correct. Select the View button or one of the Download buttons to verify that the images for this case are correct.
    • Press the Approve Images button to complete the image upload process for this case study.


  • Press the Replace Images button to re-upload the images for this case study.
  • Once all case study uploads are verified, you will be able to start final submission.

Minimum System Requirements for Uploading Case Studies

Network Requirements

Browser Requirements

  • Recommended: Google Chrome, Mozilla Firefox, or Microsoft Edge
  • Also compatible with: Internet Explorer with Java Version 1.7 or higher installed (IE 10+)

Our staff is available to help should you require assistance.