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Synonyms for accredit

to regard as belonging to or resulting from another

Synonyms for accredit

grant credentials to

provide or send (envoys or embassadors) with official credentials

ascribe an achievement to

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The URAC programs Broadspire received accreditation under are:
This year, ASH received accreditation for the first time for two additional Web sites: ASHCompanies.
URAC's HIPAA Privacy Accreditation is the first accreditation program created specifically for HIPAA Covered Entities and Business Associates.
URAC's HIPAA Privacy and HIPAA Security Accreditation programs provide a broad spectrum of standards for multiple health care information delivery and management systems, and are designed to accredit many different types of health care organizations including both Covered Entities (CE) and Business Associates (BA).
Additionally, A2LA holds several mutual recognition arrangements with laboratory accreditation systems within the United States and around the globe.
Joseph Hospital, a 448-bed, not-for-profit Catholic hospital, is one of the largest medical facilities serving Orange County and also is one of the only hospitals in Southern California to offer ACR accreditation in breast ultrasound, core-needle biopsy and fine-needle aspiration cytology.
Matria Healthcare earned a score of 100 percent on all six of the NCQA Accreditation categories.
URAC is a leader in the accreditation of health and managed care organizations, and continues to develop new standards for health care and revise existing ones to promote national standards and to ensure that all stakeholders, including consumers and providers are protected.
DOCPER screens the information submitted based on guidance found in the Civilian Personnel Accreditation Procedures for Italy; legal questions are referred to USSSO.
Additionally, CARF is continuing to use the CCAC accreditation program and procedures as well as the current standards, which focus on three core areas of an organization's business: governance; finance and strategy; and health and wellness.
The report also calls for partnerships with those offering already existing accreditations if the details can be worked out.
The company has become one of our flagship laboratory accreditations.
An organization is permitted only two one year accreditations in a row, after which it's advised to review its needs and readiness for the full accreditation.
If the focus is narrow, the number of accredited specialties proliferates uncontrollably, undermining the experienced generalists who are familiar with many specific areas but can't possibly be expected to hold 10 or 15 different accreditations.
Renaissance CEO, Robert Farrell, commented, "Renaissance Health Care is very proud to receive full accreditation for disease management from these two prestigious accrediting bodies, and these accreditations help to validate the care coordination processes and policies Renaissance has put in place to improve the lives of patients with Chronic Kidney Disease.
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