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Volume 3 | Issue 4 | Apr 2024

March Achieving Accreditation onsite

This past March, AAAHC subject matter experts and staff convened for the two-day onsite event in Orlando. The conference, attended by more than 250 ambulatory professionals, allowed all to build relationships, learn and interact with peers and faculty experts, and experience a sense of community. The comprehensive agenda covered a wide range of topics, including performance metrics, best practices, and AAAHC Standards application and interpretation.

Highlighting the conference were sessions devoted to deep dives into the v43 Standards, which went into effect on April 3, 2024. Our experienced, expert faculty delivered insights anchored in the updated Standards and new architecture.

Emphasizing the importance of small group collaboration, the March program also offered a variety of interactive breakout sessions to encourage networking.

AAAHC appreciates feedback from our participants.

“All speakers were excellent in their delivery of information. They were also very accessible!”

“Networking with the AAAHC team and other organizations [was a highlight], as well as learning that we have resources and are set up to succeed.”

For additional details about future Achieving Accreditation programs, including our virtual program in September, please click here.

FAQs Sep Achieving Accreditation Virtual

Read through the FAQs for our virtual conference in September.

When will the AAAHC virtual conference be held?

The live virtual event will be September 16–18, 2024. The content will be available to registrants to access on demand until November 2, 2024, allowing for maximum flexibility.

When and how can I register for the event?

Registration opened on March 25, 2024. Please visit the registration page on our website for more information.

How much does registration cost?

The Early Bird Rate is $895 until June 17, 2024, and the Standard Rate is $995 from June 18 to October 19, 2024.

What kind of sessions can I expect to see at this virtual event?

We are pleased to offer a blend of video, audio, and breakout/discussion groups to provide attendees with an engaging, multifaceted experience – including content tailored to Primary Care and Surgical/Procedural organizations’ unique needs. Sessions will include:

  • Accreditation survey preparation
  • Practical applications for AAAHC Standards
  • Strengthening Your Quality Improvement Journey
  • Ask the Expert Sessions
  • Peer-to-peer Networking

Is there an opportunity to earn continuing education credits?

Each conference registration allows the named registrant to claim available CNEs/IPCHs/AEUs (a single registration cannot be shared between multiple people wishing to claim educational credits). Directions on how to claim your CEUs will be provided post-conference and in the “Claim CE” tab of our event platform through SpotMe.

What kind of platform will I use, and how will it work?

We are pleased to invite each registrant onto our intuitive virtual conference platform powered by SpotMe. An instructional video on navigating the SpotMe platform will be available on the platform home page when launched the week of September 9, 2024. When available, an email with access information will be sent to all registered attendees.

What equipment will be needed to participate in the virtual conference?

Our conference and resources can be accessed via computer through the SpotMe virtual conference web platform or the Eventspace mobile app. Access instructions will be provided via email the week of September 9, 2024.

An updated web browser such as Firefox, Google Chrome, or Safari is recommended. Internet Explorer is not  supported. The Eventspace mobile app is available through GooglePlay and App Store.

For the best possible experience, a download bandwidth of 4.8 Mbps is needed to see live streams in full HD (1080p). A minimum download bandwidth of 1.5 Mbps is required to see the stream in low resolution. Connection testing and streaming quality can be tested in advance at

Cameras and microphones are not required or used by attendees for our main sessions but are required to attend breakout sessions to allow you to interact with our expert faculty.

What if I experience technical difficulties?

If you need assistance during registration, or with access to the virtual platform, please get in touch with us at Chat functions will be available if you experience technical issues during the conference. Troubleshooting information, including an option to chat with the support team, can also be found on the SpotMe website. As a reminder, all main sessions will be recorded and available until November 2, 2024.

Who can I contact if I have additional questions?

Please send all inquiries to the AAAHC Education Team at To read the full FAQs document, please visit our website.

Conferences & Exhibits

  • American College Health Association (ACHA)
  • May 28–June 1, Atlanta, GA, Booth 600
  • Florida Society of Ambulatory Surgical Centers (FSASC)
    July 17–19, Orlando, FL
  • Texas Ambulatory Surgery Center Society (TASCS)
    July 24–26, Galveston, TX
  • California Ambulatory Surgery
    Association (CASA)
    September 4–6, Anaheim, CA, Booth 37
  • Becker’s Healthcare
    October 30–November 2, Chicago, IL

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2024 Achieving Accreditation

  • September 16–18 Virtual
  • December 12–13 Onsite, Las Vegas, NV

To learn more, visit/AAnews

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