I'd be surprised if you find one.If your pre-req's are less than 5-10 years old,(or just make sure the person evaluating your credits knows that you are a healthcare provider, the person who did my transcript evaluation gave me a pass based on this going from RN to RRT.) you'll probably be able to challenge those. However, it is doubtful that they would give you a pass on the actual nursing content. If you find one though, please let us know.
16 months sure doesn't sound accelerated. Bill was looking for time frame and credit given for what we already know. If it takes 16 months in which to do that it sounds like they are giving zero credit for your RT knowledge and degree. They have 16 month RN programs all over the country at CC's.
try Excelsior. you can do the program at your own pace and possibly finish in less than 1 year, maybe even 9 months.
Austin CC also has a 1yr (3 semester) bridge program (fall-spring-summer). the regular course is 4 semesters, with the summer off between yr 1 and yr 2. the regular course is 22 months versus 12 months for the RT-to-RN bridge.
B.S. Respiratory Care 2008 Univ of Texas Health Sci Ctr-San Antonio