CAAS Accreditation Seminar

CAAS Accreditation Seminar

Event Jul 17, 2012
Phone: 847/657-6828
Type: Seminar
Date: 09/10/2012 9:30 AM EDT - 09/10/2012 6:00 PM EDT
Location: Cambridge, MA
http://www.caas.org/events/caas-seminars/caas-accreditation-seminar

This full-day seminar held in conjunction with the AAA National Reimbursement Workshop in Cambridge, MA, is the ideal forum to assist you in planning for your accreditation or re-accreditation using the CAAS Gold Standards. It will provide a detailed overview of the application process and clearly define what can be expected throughout. Faculty will address the benefits and value of accreditation and identify ways in which you can increase operational and clinical performance, reduce risk and liability, and maximize your market potential as a result. The new version 3.0 standards will be explained in detail, and the new paperless submission process will be clearly explained. The interactive format provides an opportunity to share ideas and best practices and receive expert answers to all your most important accreditation questions. Course books and materials are provided as part of the registration fee.

Registered attendees will also receive $350 worth of free bonus materials, including sample documents, the CAAS Standards Guide (a $25 value), the CAAS Application Package (a $100 value) and access to the online Accreditation On Demand Seminar Series, so you can share your learning experince with your employees when you return (a $225 value.)

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