Aggregate Analysis Reporting Tool (AART)

The Aggregate Analysis Reporting Tool (AART) is an application specifically developed to visualize and compile results and information on community-driven measures and tests related to the Functional Standards. AART accomplishes this task by displaying test results for an IIS along with information and suggestions for improvements. It is developed and supported by AIRA and is hosted on secure servers maintained by AIRA. All IIS and vendor staff have access to AART.

Users can register for AART on the log-in page.

AART meets a variety of needs for the Measurement and Improvement Initiative:

  • Allows IIS to declare their participation in all phases and stages of the Measurement and Improvement Initiative.
  • Allows IIS staff to determine who can see their results in named or unnamed form.
  • Provides measures and test results in graphic or narrative form.
  • Displays graphics to compare individual IIS results with other IIS across the full community.

AART is continuing to be developed to better meet the needs of the IIS community. A new version of AART is being rolled out early in 2018. To help improve AART, users are encouraged to submit questions or feedback via the comment box provided within the tool.

Additional Resources

View a brief introduction video to AART.

AART: Painting a Picture of your IIS” was presentation given at the AIRA 2016 Meeting.

AIRA held community-wide Q&A sessions for AART. Recordings of the sessions are now available.

What’s New in the Aggregate Analysis Reporting Tool (AART) for 2018? - This two-page summary describes the enhancements to AART.

Information on AART Participation and Sharing Settings - This document outlines the participation and sharing settings updates and business rules.