IAC Application Review & Decisions
Once your practice has submitted the online application and mailed the corresponding materials, the IAC will begin the process of reviewing the completed application and rendering a decision.
Upon an application’s submission to the IAC office, it is imported into the database, enabling the IAC to begin the internal review process. The application review process generally takes approximately 8 to 10 weeks to complete, at which time the decision is provided to the practice*.
*For expedited applications, ensure that the case study images and QC phantom images are received by the IAC within two business days after final submission of the application.
After the review process has been completed, the practice will be notified of the accreditation decision [Grant, Delay, Site Visit, Deny] via a notification letter that may be downloaded from the Online Accreditation portal. IAC accreditation is granted for a three-year period from the original date of decision.
As part of the IAC accreditation process, applicant practices have the potential of being identified to undergo a site visit. The Board of Directors may determine that a site visit is required in order to better assess the practice and determine the final accreditation decision. The site visit notification letter informs the practice that a site visit is necessary and provides instructions for arranging the visit. Site Visit FAQ»