Accreditation reduces risk and raises accountability
Accreditation is a review to determine if programs/services meet defined international standards of quality in health and human services.
We are your partner in provider management
Whether you are a third-party payer, referral source, insurer, or government regulator, we are your partner in provider and contract management.
By requiring CARF accreditation, regulators demonstrate accountability to the public that services are provided only by organizations that are committed to providing quality services and have sound financial stewardship.
Impact of accreditation
CARF-accredited providers on average see the following improvements from their first survey to their latest survey:
to quality standards
Benefits of accreditation
Quality assurance through these benefits of accreditation can aid in oversight and monitoring:
Accredited programs and services
Persons served annually
Countries, states, territories, and provinces on five continents recognize one or more of our areas of accreditation, and many mandate CARF accreditation exclusively.
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