What is accreditation?
Accreditation lets you measure your organization against world-class health care standards. You can see what you’re doing well and where you need to make improvements.
It helps you focus on quality, safety, and efficiency while saving time and money.
The goal is to help you provide better health care and social services to your clients so you can do what you do best: save and improve lives.
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How it works
When you begin an accreditation program, you get standards relevant to your services or programs to put into practice.
You’re periodically assessed to see whether you’re meeting those standards and have time to create or improve processes, policies, and procedures.
Quality and safety affect your entire organization, so their improvement can have positive and far-reaching effects.
Accreditation will help you improve your client care, especially if you do it on an ongoing basis. You’ll make better use of your resources and promote improved health care outcomes.
Included in the guide:
- An introduction to accreditation
- Focus areas of accreditation programs
- Top 5 benefits you can expect from accreditation
- Answers to frequently asked questions about accreditation
- 5 questions to ask that will tell you if your organization is ready for accreditation
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