Screenshot Exploder: Accreditation Review

Our product team is a blur of activity, moving through development sprints at a zippy pace. We managed to freeze them in their tracks for a moment—just long enough to grab a screenshot from their latest accreditation build. Here it is, a hot-off-the-presses peek at our latest accreditation management software upgrade.

As a reminder, ARMATURE builds highly configurable out-of-the-box accreditation and quality management software. Our robust platform supports the end-to-end accreditation process, from initial application to final decision. The screenshot below shows an in-progress institutional assessment: it’s the interface that auditors and assessors see when they’re onsite, and it can also be used as a self-study that a school fills out in preparation for a site visit.

In building this process, our team obsesses over the user experience, and we follow UX best practices to ensure that all content within the application is useful, usable, findable, valuable, credible, accessible, and desirable.

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Review of site visit findings for an institution seeking accreditation.

 

  1. This is the name of the assessment and the page name.
  2. Back/forward arrows and a save icon make it easy for users to navigate through the system and make changes.
  3. The right-hand side navigation bar is collapsible/expandable, so you can always see where you are and how close you are to completion. In this right-hand nav, you can also switch between a view of progress, documents, comments, and issues.
  4. This table question is displaying data that’s been collected. It shows individual accounts for each site and each coordinator, and then aggregates them both horizontally and vertically to look at clinical fellows.
  5. Here we show the comment feature in action. Because accreditation is a team sport, our software allows you to comment and collaborate with internal and external stakeholders as needed. During the self-evaluation, faculty members can communicate about findings, and after the self-study, reviewers can communicate with each other as they work toward a final determination. It all happens here, in our closed-loop system.
  6. This is where reviewers upload documentation to justify their conclusions.
  7. Reviewers can also log issues on the spot and in the moment. Issues, such as non-conformances, observations, and recommendations, are the outcomes of this review process. Using our software, reviewers can log an issue against an institution (e.g. if the numbers in the table would make an institution fall out of compliance), and then that issue kicks off a workflow that allows stakeholders to triage the issue and help the institution get back on track.

This is one screenshot from an accreditation management software solution that contains many. We built this interface with input from the accreditation community, with the goal of supporting accreditation’s many moving parts and workflows as intuitively as possible. Our software is designed to be user-friendly and easy for accreditors to configure, which means that all stakeholders in your process will feel comfortable using it, and it will reflect your preferred way of managing the end-to-end accreditation process.

To learn more about our accreditation management software, or to schedule a consultation, contact us. We’d love to show you how our software can support your mission!

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