Standardized reporting

Use standardized reports to improve quality data collected in the IR Registry

Reporting templates for procedural and peri-procedural documentation


The Society of Interventional Radiology Standardized Reporting Initiative is helping members with the integration of standardized and structured reporting into IR practice.

SIR advocates the adoption of practice paradigms that, above all, improve patient outcomes. Standardized reporting provides many benefits: In today’s healthcare environment, reducing ambiguity and adherence to guidelines are extremely important. Guidelines are viewed by many in the health care arena as an effective way to reduce costs, improve quality and deliver better patient care. 

IR standardized reporting templates (version 2.0) are here!

Now available for download in the IR Store—74 brand-new standardized reporting templates, covering the vast majority of IR treatments. The new versions have been streamlined and revised to maximize efficiency and data capture. Standardized reporting is the easiest way to enter data into the SIR/ACR IR Registry and meet your MACRA quality data submission requirements!


Standardized reporting initiative User Guide (PDF) and Frequently Asked Questions (PDF)


See IR store for complete list of Version 2.0 Reports.

Instructions for downloading reports.

<p>Standardized reporting will facilitate clinical and research data collection as well as drive practice quality improvement.</p>

Standardized reporting will facilitate clinical and research data collection as well as drive practice quality improvement.

Important Information:

ACR Participation Agreement

In order to facilitate the submission of your data to the NRDR, the ACR has developed a Participation Agreement and BAA for your use. The Participation Agreement and BAA (download the PDF) must be signed and returned to the NRDR Administrator before your facility can enter data to the registry.The BAA fully complies with the requirements of HIPAA and pertinent provisions of the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act of 2009 (ARRA) as found in Subpart D of ARRA, or described as the Health Information Technology of Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH).

Copyright Information

These reports are copyrighted by the Society of Interventional Radiology. Download and use of these templates indicates your agreement to use the files solely for your personal or facility use only. Users are not authorized to modify, change or otherwise improve the reports, except as indicated within the IR Standardized Reporting User Guide. Any reproduction, multi-use configuration or network distribution, transmission, publication, performance, broadcast, alteration, license, hyperlink, creation of derivative works or other use in whole or in part in any manner without the express prior written consent of SIR is strictly prohibited.


For questions, please email SIR's Health Policy and Economics Division.

*Note: Standardized reports are provided in both RTF and xml Powerscribe-ready formats. New reporting templates will be generated and existing templates will be updated on an ongoing basis. Please check back if the report you need is not yet posted. 

The importance of quality measures

"It was important for SIR to take on the development of performance measures for the interventional radiology community because no one else was fully able to represent the needs of interventional radiologists in this space ..."