Accreditation – Hospital, Rehabilitation, and Higher Education
Order Description
For each topic provided (16 folders) you have to write a one-paragraph summary of no more than 200 words. Provide proper references following APA format. This is not an opinion paper. It is intended to show that you were able to assimilate all of the information covered in the class about that particular topic and summarize it so that you demonstrate that you understand the key points within each topic area
Module Objectives:
Students will be able to:
a. Understand the purpose and role of The Joint Commission;
b. Understand the purpose and role of Council for Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities;
c. Understand the purpose and role of CARTE;
d. Understand the purpose and role of CAAHEP; and,
e. Understand basic concepts of quality improvement.
External Accreditation
Rehabilitation Accreditation
CARF accreditation
ATRA CARF Committee
CARF ATRA Summer 2015 (PDF)
Hospital/Clinical Accreditation
Joint Commission accreditation
ATRA Joint Commission Committee
Higher Education Accreditation
Education Editorial = Richeson (PDF)
CARTESckalkoTRJ (PDF)
CARTE
Regulatory
Website: https://www.caahep.org/carte
https://www.carf.org/Accreditation/
CMS (The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services)
The Centers for Medicare &Medicaid Services (CMS) is a branch of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. CMS is the federal agency which administers Medicare, Medicaid, and the Children’s Health Insurance Program. Provides information for health professionals, regional governments, and consumers. Additional information regarding CMS and it’s programs is available at https://www.cms.hhs.gov/.
NCTRC Update from August 2015 Newsletter: CTRS Recognized by CMS
The Certified Therapeutic Recreation Specialist (CTRS) was recently identified by the Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS) as a contributing allied health professional in providing services to individuals with dementia. An expert panel of professionals recently completed work on the development of a Tool Kit for CMS surveyors and providers to increase their understanding of persons with dementia. The expert panel examined research on dementia and associative behaviors to determine the non-pharmacological interventions that have the most efficacious outcomes in minimizing challenging behaviors among persons with dementia. The panel’s work also included a review of the allied health professions involved in working with persons with dementia and the development of a professional profile of qualified providers. Sharon Nichols, CTRS/L (former NCTRC Board Chairperson) was responsible for the development of the profile for recreational therapists. Nichols was the only CTRS serving on this prestigious national panel and as a result of her contributions, CMS incorporated the recreational therapist (CTRS) into the profile of qualified providers. The outcome of Nichol’s involvement underscores the importance of professional outreach in establishing professional recognition by state and national regulatory organizations. Kudos to Sharon Nichols, CTRS/L!

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