News and Announcements


Trajecsys, a leading provider of online and mobile-friendly clinical recordkeeping solutions for Allied Health and Nursing programs, is pleased to announce its newly formed relationship with the Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC), the accrediting body for professional practice programs in respiratory care at the Associate, Baccalaureate, and Master’s degree level in the United States and its territories.

The Commission on Accreditation for Respiratory Care (CoARC) accredits entry into professional practice programs in respiratory care at the Associate, Baccalaureate, and Master’s Degree level in the United States and its territories. The CoARC also accredits polysomnography programs offered by professional respiratory care degree programs in the United States. CoARC’s mission is to ensure that high quality educational programs prepare competent respiratory therapists for practice, education, research, and service. As part of this newly forged relationship, Trajecsys will be the supporting sponsor of CoARC’s Annual Distinguished RRT Credentialing Success Awards reception preceding the 2017 AARC (American Association for Respiratory Care) Summer Forum to be held in Tucson, AZ, June 25–27, 2017. “We are pleased to have this opportunity to support CoARC, especially during the AARC Summer Forums,” remarked Trajecsys CEO, Brian Bright. “Given that we currently work with a large number of respiratory care programs across the country, it is a perfect fit. We are looking forward to a long, productive relationship with CoARC, and this relationship will further our ability to support the respiratory care education community as a whole.”

“The CoARC Awards Ceremony held at the AARC Summer Forum is our premier event for publicly acknowledging programs and educators that continue to promote excellence in the provision of respiratory care through education of future respiratory therapists,” remarked CoARC President Brad Leidich. “We are fortunate to have industry leaders such as Trajecsys support our continued efforts to recognize individuals and programs whose exemplary performances help advance high quality respiratory care education.” You can read the press release in full by viewing this article.

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Starting March 6th, we will roll out a new administration panel menu for our program directors, coordinators, and program faculty. This new menu drastically improves the organization of sections and represents the first of several steps to improve and modernize user experience.

You can learn more about our new menu system by viewing this article.

Upcoming Events

ACERT - Assoc. of Collegiate Educators in Radiologic Technology - Jan 31-Feb 2
Las Vegas, NV

AST - Assoc. of Surgical Technolists (Educators) - Feb 8-10
Charleston, SC

CLEC - Clinical Laboratory Educators' Conference - Feb 22-24
Houston, TX

ABHES - Accrediting Bureau of Health Education Schools - Feb 27-Mar 2
Las Vegas, NV

Atlanta SRT - Society of Radiologic Technologists - Mar 3-6
Atlanta, GA

Missouri SRT - Society of Radiologic Technologists - Apr 4-6
Columbia, MO

AERTSNY - Radiography Educators New York - Apr 18-20
Lake George, NY

NERC- Nursing Education Research Conference (STTI) - Apr 19-21
Washington, D.C.

CCI Educators- Cardiovascular Credentialing Intl - Apr 20-21
Scottsdale, AZ

NLN - MA/RI Conference - Apr
Sutton, MA

AST- Assoc. of Surgical Technologists (Corporate) - May 31-June 1
Orlando, FL

ASRT- American Society of Radiologic Technologists - June 21-24
Las Vegas, NV

ACEN- Accreditation Commission for Education in Nursing - July 12-14
Atlanta, GA

AEIRS- Assoc. of Educators in Radiologic Technology - July 12-13
Charleston, SC

AARC Summer Forum - American Association for Respiratory Care - July 17-19
San Antonio Hill Country, TX

IFSER Educators Summit - Intl. Foundation for Sonography Education and Research - July 27-28
Norfolk, VA

AAMA - American Association of Medical Assistants - Sept 14-17
Salt Lake City, UT

Michigan SRT - Society of Radiologic Technologists - Sept 20-22

SDMS - Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography - Oct 4-7
Orlando, FL

NLN - MA/RI Conference - Oct
Sutton, MA

AARC - American Association for Respiratory Care - Dec 4-7
Las Vegas, NV


Trajecsys welcomes Cara Heinrich, BSHS, R.T.,(R)(M)(ARRT), a 10 year Navy veteran, as our newest member of the Trajecsys Business Development team. In her 20 years of experience with imaging sciences programs, Cara served as radiographer, clinical instructor, faculty, adjunct faculty, and participated on faculty assessment committees at several institutions. She also served as a subject matter expert to develop multi-state radiography curricula for clients nationwide.

Our current and new clients will benefit greatly from Cara's extensive knowledge and understanding of the allied health program needs and processes.


CEO Brian Bright accepted Strategic Partnership recognition from the Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonography at the 2015 national convention in Louisville, KY. Trajecsys is currently its sole strategic partner.

"The SDMS is pleased to be working with the Trajecsys Report System to help sonography programs achieve their goal of accreditation."

We're Growing

Over 150 programs have joined our online community since last year, and we're growing more rapidly than ever.

The Trajecsys Report System hosts dozens of modalities, including radiography, nursing, sonography, radiation therapy, respiratory therapy, nuclear medicine technology, surgical technology, physical and speech therapy assistants, and many others. If you have students who go somewhere to learn something - then we can provide what's needed to evaluate and monitor progress - using a program's existing reporting and assessment frameworks!


We've got lots of new features that were introduced recently as well as a pipeline of new features based mostly on requests and ideas from our user community. Recently we created a way for students to know when an evaluation had been completed on them and to provide a way to show faculty when a student had reviewed the submission.

We've also created a way to include unlimited report fields for student logsheets, so each program can get the exact information needed from student reporting of clinical activities.

We've added new features to our scheduling system this year, including a student option to select favorite sites for consideration by faculty when making clinical assignments, and a way to rapidly change assigned days.

We've added a draft system to prevent users from losing their evaluations and comp exams. If a user leaves without saving their data, we will offer to reload that data on their next visit to that evaluation or comp exam.

We're currently working on improving website speed and ease of use for mobile devices. More features and enhancements to come soon!