If you haven’t yet read our blog post titled, NEMA Standard XR-29 for CT- What Does It Mean for You?, go ahead and do that first, then come back. Don’t worry. We’ll wait.
Back yet? Great! So, you understand that being non-compliant on XR-29 only effects reimbursement levels at a 15% rate, max, and that upgrading your machine to become XR-29 compliant might not be financially worth the cost that it takes to do so. You also understand that, despite how it sounds, not being XR-29 compliant will not get you shut down nor will you be forced to upgrade your CT.
After reading that, are you still curious if your system is compliant? Well, you’ve come to the right place to find out. Directly from MITA, here are the four things your CT must have in order to be XR-29 compliant: