Download the IAC Vein Center Standards
The IAC Standards & Guidelines for Vein Center Accreditation: Superficial Venous Evaluation and Management are available below for download as a PDF. These accreditation Standards are the minimum standards for accreditation of a vein center, and represent the minimum requirements to which an accredited facility is held accountable. Applicant vein centers must reference the current published version of the Standards when applying for first-time accreditation or reaccreditation.
Standards that are highlighted are content changes that were made as part of the August 15, 2018 revision. Facilities applying for accreditation after August 15, 2018 must comply with these new highlighted Standards.
- IAC Standards & Guidelines for Vein Center Accreditation: Superficial Venous Evaluation and Management
Proposed Changes to IAC Vein Center Standards to be Revised and Reposted for Public Comment Period
APRIL 18, 2019 | On February 15, 2019, the IAC posted several proposed revisions to the IAC Standards & Guidelines for Vein Center Accreditation for a 60-day public comment period. After receiving numerous comments and feedback on the proposed additions to the required training and experience pathway for Advanced Practice Providers performing ambulatory phlebectomy with tumescent anesthesia, the IAC will make additional revisions to this important Standard to better serve the vein center community. A revision to Advanced Practice Providers performing ambulatory phlebectomy with tumescent anesthesia and new Advanced Practice Providers training and experience pathways will be developed. A new comment period will be announced in the coming weeks.
Facilities performing fluoroscopy must reference the IAC Standards for Vein Center Accreditation: Superficial Venous Evaluation and Management – Fluoroscopy.
For additional information regarding the IAC process of revising the Standards or 60-day public comment period, please review the IAC Accreditation Program Policies & Procedures, Section 1: Changes to the Standards.