What is CAIRE?
Comprehensive Adverse Incident Reporting & Evaluation (CAIRE) is an incident reporting tool that leverages incident data to help take appropriate measures in preventing such occurrences from happening again in the future.
How will the provided Information be used?
By default, your submitted event report will be included in our anonymized, aggregated reports. In submitting the report you will be given the option to allow us to use the information you provide in an (anonymized) case study, or to submit a copy of the information to state, federal, or accreditation organizations. CAIRE will not release your identifying information to anyone without your consent.
Is it safe to Share information?
All personal identifying information shared with the CAIRE portal is confidential and will only be accessible by the CAIRE Review Panel. The individual submitting the information has full control over how the information is utilized. The CAIRE Review Panel has an attorney on staff which qualifies the information as protected under attorney/client privilege rules should any retaliatory or whistleblower concerns exist.
Who will Review this information?
The CAIRE Review Panel is made up of safety certified professionals within your discipline. They are nominated and elected to 2-year terms of service and are subject to the confidentiality limitations established by the individual submitting the information. The CAIRE Review Panel is represented both geographically and size / type of practice –creating a peer reviewed environment for incident analysis.
What’s in it for Me?
By sharing information on preventable accidents and making that information (and lessons learned) available to our professional colleagues, we will continue to improve safety for patients and staff. The CAIRE portal was built for the purpose of relevant safety data collection on accidents and near miss events. Proper measurement and conditional understanding are paramount to key decision making and effective protocol creation. Your submittal will provide the critical data points necessary to accurately analyze safety within your profession. If elected by the individual submitter a case study of the event along with root cause analysis and recommended improvement measures will be generated by the CAIRE Review Panel.
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Why use CAIRE?

CAIRE-ing creates a safer environment for patients and a better place to work for employees.

Trust

We prioritize confidentiality and anonymity for reporters, promoting openness and empowering you to share freely.

TRUTH

Collection of information from multiple sources with AI Validation and Case Review Process

TRANSFORM

Create better industry standards and make better safety policies and decisions.

How to CAIRE?

Starts with witnessing an adverse event and filing a Caire Report for review.

Witness Incident

CAIRE wants information on MRI incident which did or could have caused harm to anyone. If you have concerns, submit your report to be on the safe side.

File a Report

Please provide all necessary details about the incident, including what happened, who witnessed it, where it happened, and why it happened. If you don't have all the information, just leave it blank.

Case Review

CAIRE Review Panel: Safety certified professionals from diverse locations and practices create a peer-reviewed incident analysis environment.

CAIRE AI Solutions

Introducing your new safety assistant.

Analyze and Track

An efficient MRI safety tool that analyzes adverse incidents in your workflow. Keep track on what is happening across all MRI environments. Fortify your safety protocols with data-driven decisions using CAIRE AI.

Sort & Categorize

Streamline Incident Management with Smart Sorting, Categorizing and Archiving it with the help of CAIRE AI MRI Safety Assistant. Retrieve, review, and analyze data effortlessly.

Create Solutions

CAIRE AI helps improve MRI safety by providing actionable solutions to prevent future risks. It goes beyond data analysis to pinpoint the cause of incidents and create strategies to prevent their recurrence. It helps create a safer and more efficient MRI environment.

CAIRE Rewards

Get reward for your contribution towards improving Safety Standards.

Report Card

After finishing your report, we'll give you a "report card" indicating what we've received and what's missing. You can boost your CAIRE score/badge by modifying previous responses or answering previously unanswered questions.

Game Changer

Submit your events for a chance to win the Game Changer Award, a highly coveted recognition that celebrates the top case studies submitted. Elevate your profile and be recognized for your outstanding contributions. Submit your entry today!

Best Practice

Accessing our Best Practices and common solutions leads to better performance and outcomes, as they offer successful examples and quantifiable success rates. They help individuals and organizations make informed decisions, avoid pitfalls, and optimize outcomes quickly and effectively.

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What is CAIRE?
Comprehensive Adverse Incident Reporting & Evaluation (CAIRE)
is an incident reporting tool that leverages incident data to help
take appropriate measures in preventing such occurrences from
happening again in the future.
How will the provided
Information be used?
By default, your submitted event report will be included
in our anonymized, aggregated reports. In submitting the
report you will be given the option to allow us to use the
information you provide in an (anonymized) case study, or
to submit a copy of the information to state, federal, or
accreditation organizations. CAIRE will not release your
identifying information to anyone without your consent.
Is it safe to Share information?
All personal identifying information shared with the CAIRE portal is
confidential and will only be accessible by the CAIRE Review Panel.
The individual submitting the information has full control over how
the information is utilized. The CAIRE Review Panel has an attorney
on staff which qualifies the information as protected under
attorney/client privilege rules should any retaliatory or whistleblower
concerns exist.
Who will Review this
information?
The CAIRE Review Panel is made up of safety certified
professionals within your discipline. They are nominated
and elected to 2-year terms of service and are subject to
the confidentiality limitations established by the individual
submitting the information. The CAIRE Review Panel is
represented both geographically and size / type of practice –
creating a peer reviewed environment for incident analysis.
What’s in it for Me?
By sharing information on preventable accidents and making
that information (and lessons learned) available to our
professional colleagues, we will continue to improve safety for
patients and staff. The CAIRE portal was built for the purpose
of relevant safety data collection on accidents and near miss
events. Proper measurement and conditional understanding
are paramount to key decision making and effective protocol
creation. Your submittal will provide the critical data points
necessary to accurately analyze safety within your profession.
If elected by the individual submitter a case study of the event
along with root cause analysis and recommended improvement
measures will be generated by the CAIRE Review Panel.
Additionally, we can provide a ‘cut out,’ acting as an intermediary,
forwarding your report to the regulatory bodies responsible for
oversight automatically, without you having to take any additional
steps.

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