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The AUC Tracker Has Been Discontinued

The Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) federal mandate requires use of a qualified Clinical Decision Support Mechanism (CDSM) for reporting appropriate use criteria (AUC) utilization. As a result, we have discontinued the AUC Tracker. To find a qualified CDSM for reporting utilization of the AUC, please go to CMS.gov.

To give you an opportunity to download your data, we've extended the deadline to November 30, 2020.
After this date, all AUC Tracker accounts and corresponding data will be deleted.

To access your data, be sure to visit AUCTracker.com on a desktop computer.

Resources for you and your nuclear lab

Resources for you and your nuclear lab


At Astellas, we're committed to providing you with a variety of resources, information, and insights to better support you.

That's why we created All For One Cardiovascular, a website designed to bring nuclear cardiology professionals together for patient-focused care.

On this site, you can:

  • Get insights on the appropriate use criteria (AUC) and the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) federal mandate
  • Learn more about the Multimodality AUC App*
  • Find customizable resources for your patients and your practice
  • Discover ways to overcome potential challenges that might occur in the nuclear lab

*The Multimodality AUC App is not intended to diagnose, treat, or prevent any disease or condition. It is also not a qualified Clinical Decision Support Mechanism (CDSM). Thus, the Multimodality AUC App must not be used to try and comply with the CMS AUC program requirements. The Multimodality AUC App is for informational purposes only.