What Providers Need to Know About Coronavirus

Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) is resuming normal accreditation survey activities for Medicare providers, in accordance with recent guidelines issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

 

We are conducting initial and renewal on-site surveys in areas where it is safe to do so. Postponed surveys are being rescheduled where possible, and accreditation certification dates will be extended as necessary. CMS previously suspended certain routine surveys, enabling healthcare providers to focus on meeting increased demands during the COVID-19 pandemic.

 

ACHC also is still offering temporary accreditation, using virtual off-site reviews, for select Medicare providers during the COVID-19 public health emergency. DMEPOS providers who are renewing and renal dialysis facilities seeking initial Medicare certification or requesting service additions can continue to receive virtual surveys.

Virtual surveys for full accreditation also are an option for non-deemed organizations, reducing risk and providing a safe, efficient way to meet regulatory, licensure, and payor requirements. ACHC has successfully conducted numerous virtual surveys and will work with you to quickly meet your needs. Our dedicated staff is ready to help you prepare for a smooth, streamlined virtual survey process.

 

For more details on ACHC survey options, visit the ACHC Resources section below for updated Frequently Asked Questions that include program-specific information.

 

We’re here to help. Our Account Advisors and clinical experts remain dedicated to assisting you while focusing on the individual needs of your organization. For questions, please contact us at ProviderSupport@achc.org.

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      Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) is resuming normal accreditation survey activities for Medicare providers, in accordance with recent guidelines issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

      We are conducting initial and renewal on-site surveys in areas where it is safe to do so. Postponed surveys are being rescheduled where possible, and accreditation certification dates will be extended as necessary. CMS previously suspended certain routine surveys, enabling healthcare providers to focus on meeting increased demands during the COVID-19 pandemic.

       

      ACHC also is still offering temporary accreditation, using virtual off-site reviews, for select Medicare providers during the COVID-19 public health emergency. DMEPOS providers who are renewing and renal dialysis facilities seeking initial Medicare certification or requesting service additions can continue to receive virtual surveys.

       

      Virtual surveys for full accreditation also are an option for non-deemed organizations, reducing risk and providing a safe, efficient way to meet regulatory, licensure, and payor requirements. ACHC has successfully conducted numerous virtual surveys and will work with you to quickly meet your needs. Our dedicated staff is ready to help you prepare for a smooth, streamlined virtual survey process.

       

      For more details on ACHC survey options, visit the ACHC Resources section below for updated Frequently Asked Questions that include program-specific information.

       

      We’re here to help. Our Account Advisors and clinical experts remain dedicated to assisting you while focusing on the individual needs of your organization. For questions, please contact us at ProviderSupport@achc.org.

      Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) is resuming normal accreditation survey activities for Medicare providers, in accordance with recent guidelines issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

       

      We are conducting initial and renewal on-site surveys in areas where it is safe to do so. Postponed surveys are being rescheduled where possible, and accreditation certification dates will be extended as necessary. CMS previously suspended certain routine surveys, enabling healthcare providers to focus on meeting increased demands during the COVID-19 pandemic.

       

      ACHC also is still offering temporary accreditation, using virtual off-site reviews, for select Medicare providers during the COVID-19 public health emergency. DMEPOS providers who are renewing and renal dialysis facilities seeking initial Medicare certification or requesting service additions can continue to receive virtual surveys.

       

      Virtual surveys for full accreditation also are an option for non-deemed organizations, reducing risk and providing a safe, efficient way to meet regulatory, licensure, and payor requirements. ACHC has successfully conducted numerous virtual surveys and will work with you to quickly meet your needs. Our dedicated staff is ready to help you prepare for a smooth, streamlined virtual survey process.

       

      For more details on ACHC survey options, visit the ACHC Resources section below for updated Frequently Asked Questions that include program-specific information.

       

      We’re here to help. Our Account Advisors and clinical experts remain dedicated to assisting you while focusing on the individual needs of your organization. For questions, please contact us at ProviderSupport@achc.org.

      What Providers Need to Know About Coronavirus

      Accreditation Commission for Health Care (ACHC) is resuming normal accreditation survey activities for Medicare providers, in accordance with recent guidelines issued by the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS).

       

      We are conducting initial and renewal on-site surveys in areas where it is safe to do so. Postponed surveys are being rescheduled where possible, and accreditation certification dates will be extended as necessary. CMS previously suspended certain routine surveys, enabling healthcare providers to focus on meeting increased demands during the COVID-19 pandemic.

       

      ACHC also is still offering temporary accreditation, using virtual off-site reviews, for select Medicare providers during the COVID-19 public health emergency. DMEPOS providers who are renewing and renal dialysis facilities seeking initial Medicare certification or requesting service additions can continue to receive virtual surveys.

       

      Virtual surveys for full accreditation also are an option for non-deemed organizations, reducing risk and providing a safe, efficient way to meet regulatory, licensure, and payor requirements. ACHC has successfully conducted numerous virtual surveys and will work with you to quickly meet your needs. Our dedicated staff is ready to help you prepare for a smooth, streamlined virtual survey process.

       

      For more details on ACHC survey options, visit the ACHC Resources section below for updated Frequently Asked Questions that include program-specific information.

       

      We’re here to help. Our Account Advisors and clinical experts remain dedicated to assisting you while focusing on the individual needs of your organization. For questions, please contact us at ProviderSupport@achc.org.

      What Providers Need to Know About Coronavirus

      industry-specific news

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      ACHC Resources

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      Centers for disease control and prevention news feed

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