Kodak to assist with MQSA accreditation

Eastman Kodak has introduced a free program designed to help mammography clinics maintain accreditation mandated by the Mammography Quality Standards Act. Available to customers using Kodak's Min-R mammography system, the program helps facilities optimize their mammography systems to pass the accreditation review process, according to the Rochester, NY-based firm.

If a clinic does not receive accreditation on first review after following Kodak’s recommendations, Kodak will reimburse the facility for the cost of a second review if certain conditions are met. The program will be available starting in October for clinics whose MQSA accreditation expires in April 2002.

By AuntMinnie.com staff writers
September 14, 2001

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