AACI launched a new clinical certification program for Senior living and LTAC facilities.As the name implies, the Certification is meant to help Senior Living facilities and LTAC to improve their stroke prevention skills, no matter how they learned them. The program joins AACI’s existing Acute stroke excellence clinical certification program for Stroke centers.
AACI has developed a new survey methodology using iAuditor Based toll that will improve your current accreditation and clinical excellence certification system and help you to navigate this context. At AACI, we see it as part of the evolution of accreditation and clinical certification—and we are evolving with it.
The AACI Standard on Endoscopy Excellence has been developed as a result of years of monitoring and evaluating endoscopy providers in the US, inclusive of veteran, public health, and private healthcare institutions.
The purpose of this revision was to integrate our accreditation standard with ISO 9001:2015. Where changes have occurred, our relevant requirements have been modified to emulate those updates. ISQua has now confirmed our revision.
Joining with AACI is not just about the provision of external scrutiny – it is about working together to improve healthcare services for patients and for staff
The survey by American Accreditation Commission International (AACI) at the Institute of Oncology Ljubljana is being performed professionally, efficiently and thoroughly and with no unnecessary interruption of the working processes. AACI assessors take the opinion and reasoning of the institute employees into account and provide clear recommendations for the further improvements of the processes. The cooperation of the Institute with the AACI is therefore our motivation to continuously improve at all the aspects of our work.