The primary function of the CoA-NDT is to review and evaluate educational programs in Neurodiagnostic Technology and Intraoperative Neuromonitoring to determine compliance with the established Standards and Guidelines for an Accredited Educational Program in Neurodiagnostic Technology the established Standards and Guidelines for an Accredited Educational Program in Intraoperative Neurophysiologic Monitoring. Recommendations regarding program accreditation are forwarded to the Commission on Accreditation of Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) for action.
The CoA-NDT reviews, evaluates, and monitors neurodiagnostic technology (NDT) programs for compliance with the Commission on Accreditation for Allied Health Education Programs (CAAHEP) Standards and Guidelines for accreditation, and fosters the development of quality neurodiagnostic technology programs.
The CoA NDT, in cooperation with CAAHEP,strives to be the premier agency for NDT programmatic accreditation services to contribute to a competent, patient focused entry level workforce.
Core Values Statement
The process, actions, and strategies of the CoA-NDT are guided by:
The CoA-NDT is consistent in the application of the Standards during all accreditation decisions.
The CoA-NDT is collaborative with all educators in the profession of neurodiagnostics, as well as with our professional societies and credentialing agencies. We will collaborate with our communities of interest (e.g., educators, professional organizations, credentialing agencies, college and hospital-based educational facilities) during educational program development.
The CoA-NDT is accountable to CAAHEP and our communities of interest.
The CoA-NDT demonstrates integrity in all communications and activities.
The CoA-NDT demonstrates excellence in all activities to provide value of programmatic accreditation to our communities of interest.
Reviewed and Approved 5/7/13