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Information for ultrasound practitioners with an existing NT ID number

    Information for ultrasound practitioners with an existing NT ID number

    All sonographers and physicians who provide NT measurements for prenatal screening are being asked to register with BORN and Prenatal Screening Ontario, and to access their NTQA audit curve. Registration will require providing up to date contact information so that PSO can provide important information regarding NTQA in the province (please see IMPORTANT INFORMATION below for a link to register for a BORN login ID). All future communications regarding NTQA will occur via the email in your BORN profile. If you are already registered with BORN, please update your contact information no later than April 1, 2019. Failure to provide updated contact information may result in missing communications pertaining to mandatory NTQA requirements, and can result in suspension or loss of NT ID number.

    Please login to your BORN account and update ‘my profile’ with your current contact information using the below instructions:

    1. Login to the BORN Information System with your username and ID
    2. Click on “My Profile”

     

    3. Click on Edit my Profile
    4. Input your email address in the Email Address box

    5. Click on save

    IMPORTANT INFORMATION:
    If you do not have a BORN Information System user ID and password please click here, select “existing sonographer” and complete the form. After your information is submitted, you will be contacted to issue you a BORN ID. Please allow 2 weeks to receive communication.

    If your BORN Information System password has expired, please contact the BORN helpdesk at: helpdesk@bornontario.ca

    For instructions on how to access your BORN NTQA curve and on interpreting results, please click here.

    Click here for further information about the sonographer-specific NTQA report that is now available in the BORN information system.  This document outlines the information found in the NTQA report as well as definitions of the quality measures that are calculated, and the potential impact of measurements that routinely deviate from the expected curve.

    If you have any questions, please don’t hesitate to be in touch with Prenatal Screening Ontario at BORN Ontario, at 1 (833) 351-6490 or pso@bornontario.ca.