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Health Care Facilities Accreditation Program
Accreditation means that your healthcare facility is committed to providing high-quality health care and that it has demonstrated commitment to meeting high patient-safety standards. Securing accreditation involves reviewing and implementing facilities procedures to the highest level of performance and patient care possible.
Whether you are preparing for a healthcare accreditation process to demonstrate your commitment to continual growth, innovation, and the utmost patient care or you have your annual AHCA survey looming, we can help you navigate these processes seamlessly.
We all know the accreditation processes through the Joint Commission, AAAHC, AHCA or DNV GL healthcare are intense and rigorous. That’s why our team stays up to date on the very latest regulations and code changes through our ever-evolving survey to help prepare and guide you to achieve or surpass pass accreditation standards.
No matter what your current systems and plans are for your facility’s environment of care, our trained staff are ready to bring their knowledge and expertise to work for you, your medical professionals and your patients. The accreditation process is the responsibility of all employees; we can help you develop a plan to ensure your team is educated on what role they play.
We take the administrative burden of medical equipment maintenance off of your shoulders through our highly efficient and proven systems which manages inventory records through a robust document database, and monitors and schedules necessary preventative maintenance for your hospital’s medical devices. Our well-trained staff can help with everything from pre-surveys, document review, reporting, and recalls and alerts.
Whether you are in need of a facility walk through with one of our experts who can point out areas of improvement or potential deficiencies or someone to help you keep up with the constantly changing codes we are ready to be that partner!
Areas of expertise:
- Environment of care
- Medical equipment management plan
- New hire education/staff education
- Plan review
- Areas for opportunity
- Code interpretations
- How to achieve standards