Accreditation


How to Proceed if You Miss the Accreditation Deadline

The accreditation process can take between four and six months on average, which puts any provider that is only now considering getting accreditation certification well past the point where they will make the Sept. 30 deadline. What should they do?

How to Streamline the Accreditation Process

The September deadline is nearly here and providers must scramble to ensure that they will be able to finish the accreditation process in time to ensure they will be able to preserve what is most likely the lion’s share of their funding. How can they streamline the process?

Accreditation Apocalypse Now

PAOC uncovers news that subcontractors could hold up providers' accreditation.

ACHC Launches Sleep Lab Accreditation Program

The program was created for both freestanding and hospital-based sleep labs.

Respiratory Solutions

Top 10 Accreditation Survey Tips

All of the accrediting bodies suggest an internal self-audit as an excellent means of assessing an organization's level of preparation and readiness for the survey. It is useful to know hot-button items and standards that are frequently cited as being deficient as you perform your own self-audit.

Accreditation: Now or Never

Accreditation: Now is the Time

Waiting until the last minute to become accredited is a major no-no.

Eye on Accreditation

Mary Nicholas, Executive Director, and Steven DeGenaro, RT, Director of Survey Services, HealthCare Quality Association on Accreditation



Eye on Accreditation

Accreditation Commission for Health Care

Eye on Accreditation

Community Health Accreditation Program

The Three Little Pigs Get Accredited

Probletunity

Accreditation: The Clock Is Ticking

The Sept. 30, 2009 deadline to be accredited in order to continue billing Medicare part B is closer than some providers might think. Learn why.

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