Achieving Accreditation is an interactive, in-depth educational seminar designed to help organizations prepare for the AAAHC survey. Whether you are applying for accreditation for the first time, or preparing for re-accreditation, this course can help you understand applicable AAAHC Standards, processes and procedures to get your organization ready for its accreditation survey. This program is led by experienced surveyors, who are able to share their expertise in and knowledge of the Standards and survey process.
Day One provides a comprehensive review of AAAHC Core Standards and how to prepare your organization to meet them. In the afternoon, you’ll review sample quality improvement (QI) studies, explore QI topic selection, and learn how to develop QI studies within your own organization. You will have the opportunity to ask specific questions, share concerns and offer feedback.
On Day Two, in the morning you will meet with faculty and your peers in either the surgical/procedural or primary care environment to discuss the Standards as they apply to your setting. This session also includes a review of the AAAHC Adjunct Standards most frequently applied to organizations like yours. In the afternoon, you tailor the program to your specific needs and interests by selecting the three elective sessions of your choice.
By the end of the program, you will have a firm understanding of the Accreditation Association survey process and what you need to do in order to attain AAAHC accreditation.