Home Infusion Therapy Accreditation
The Compliance Team Accreditation Organization is approved by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) to accredit facilities for Home Infusion Therapy (HIT). Effective January 1, 2021, CMS has made it mandatory for HIT providers to attain accreditation from a CMS approved accreditor, such as The Compliance Team.
In addition to our Universal Standards, The Compliance Teams HIT standards address: equipment management, infection control, patient rights and responsibilities, home safety assessment, data collection, hazardous waste disposal, care of the infusion site, emergency preparedness, and more.
Our expert accreditation advisors are ready to review our standards with you and to respond to your questions. Call us at 215-654-9110.
As the first accreditation organization (AO) to simplify our standards, Not only do our standards make it easier for you to attain accreditation, they also make it easier for your staff to incorporate new processes into their daily routines. Since our programs are operations and provider-based., we customize the program to fit within your day-to-day practices. You do not have to learn a new set of procedures to attain your accreditation. Our program also offers you free tools to help you maintain your accreditation status.
After you have successfully completed our Home Infusion Therapy Accreditation program, you will be awarded Exemplary Provider® status.
Becoming an Exemplary Provider starts here.
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