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Five Reasons for Substance Use Treatment Providers to Become Accredited

Substance use disorder treatment providers have many reasons to seek national accreditation and to benefit from this process. Whether seeking accreditation from The Joint Commission, CARF International, Council on Accreditation

Recommendations on using a consultant for the accreditation process

 Is your organization considering accreditation? Here are some recommendations on ways a consultant can assist in your accreditation process. We are happy to answer any questions on accreditation consulting

Convenient, Informative Webinars Help Answer Your Questions About Accreditation

Part of our vision at Accreditation Guru is to inform and support organizations that are seeking accreditation. As part of that mission, we were thrilled to co-host a webinar with

How do you best “sell” accreditation to board of directors and staff?

It is important to gain the necessary buy-in from staff and board members before undertaking the strategic process of seeking national accreditation for your organization.

It seems like accreditation is everywhere. Is that true?

It’s true. Accreditation is everywhere!

What happens when a mandate for accreditation is on the horizon or comes through?

 If your organization is impacted by either a Federal, State or Association mandate, it is important to get in front of it early so you don’t get caught in

How Accreditation Supports Recovery Principles

The national accrediting bodies have been among the moving forces in the integration of the recovery model into the care, treatment and services for people with mental health and/or substance

Is there any way to make accreditation fun?

 Accreditation can be fun-it is possible! In this video, Jennifer will explain how.

What is Accreditation?

Accreditation is a review process to determine if human service, healthcare or educational programs demonstrate their ability to meet defined standards of quality. Once achieved, accreditation is not permanent—it is

Who should an organization have directly or indirectly involved in the accreditation process?

 In this short video, Jennifer explains which teams’ and individuals’ involvement  are required for a successful accreditation outcome.

10 Steps to Selecting an Accrediting Body

Selecting a national accrediting body is a significant commitment for an organization that goes beyond the initial accreditation cycle. In most cases, it continues for many years, often for decades.

Accreditation – A Bedrock of Risk Management

When insurance companies are considering coverage for an organization, they are generally looking for those that can demonstrate high performance in risk prevention, safety, quality, outcomes, and qualified and competent