Accreditation Compliance Issues and Post-Survey Corrective Action
There are several circumstances that can adversely impact an accreditation or licensing status decision. If your organization receives post-survey findings, you will have a set amount of time (generally 45 or 60 days) to submit evidence showing that you’re now in full compliance with those standards.
Accreditation Guru Can Help!
Whether your corrective action plan is a Pre-Commission Report (PCR) – COA, Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) – CARF, or Evidence of Standards Compliance (ESC) – The Joint Commission, our Post Survey Support helps you address compliance issues quickly and efficiently. We have provided technical assistance to hundreds of organizations and know how best to format your response and implement change in order to fulfill your accrediting body’s requirements. Our team has professional experience working with the following accreditation organizations, in addition to numerous other international, national, and state regulatory and licensing bodies: CARF International COA – Council on Accreditation The Joint CommissionAccreditation Canada CQL – Council on Quality and Leadership EAGLE – Educational Assessment Guidelines Leading toward Excellence IACET – International Accreditors for Continuing Education and Training