Clinical Excellence Standard for Endoscopy Services is under revision and has just reached the first voting stage, a crucial step…
AACI announces the release of International Accreditation Standards V5.0 for Healthcare Organizations. These new standards place a much stronger focus on patients' expectations and safety.
AACI, is pleased to announce the expansion of its worldwide operations with the opening of an office in Turkey.
This year’s conference theme was ”HEADS, HEARTS AND HANDS and "WEAVING THE FABRIC OF QUALITY AND SAFETY.
AACI attended the Global Health Exhibition in Riyadh on the 11th September 2018, a conference that is known to attract high level, professional content and speakers with a large exhibition offering the latest products, launches and career opportunities.
AACI and IMQ Iberica have agreed on a partnership to use AACI Accreditation and Clinical Excellence Standards to improve patient safety and quality of Spanish hospital system.
A new standard dealing with current concepts of opioid use in the hospital setting will be released by AACI in its new upcoming Accreditation Standard V5.0
In view of the rapid increase in healthcare related URLs, and the increase in the number of people consulting such locations, AACI has developed a program to improve consumer confidence with our @TRUST Certified Internet Content Program.
Four years ago AACI Accreditation standard 4.0 was published together with its supporting Accreditation and Certification guidance document 4.1. Together they serve as the base for implementing a Healthcare Patient Safety and Management System in a healthcare organisation.
AACI announced the European launch of its Endoscopy Clinical Excellence Certification program – a rigorous new initiative aimed at transforming hospitals’ endoscopy processes and approach to mitigating infection risk.University Hospital of Maribor participated in first endoscopy service survey in EU.
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.