A joint statement from the ACC, American Heart Association and Heart Failure Society of America
was posted online on March 17 and addresses using renin angiotensin aldosterone system (RAAS) antagonists in COVID-19.
ACC Accreditation Services:
It's About Continuous Improvement and Collaboration
Hospitals and hospital systems rely on our accreditations to improve CV care processes and patient outcomes. Each accreditation combines evidence-based science, quality initiatives, clinical guidelines, and best practices to help reduce variations of care. Our promise is and always has been to perform as consultative, collegial, and collaborative partners ― it's the hallmark of our commitment to customers.
To purchase any accreditation service, please contact email@example.com and tell us which of our accreditations interests you. You may view the on-demand accreditation training workshops from the "Additional Resources" tab of your accreditation tool.
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If you are actively working toward one or more CV Accreditations or recently earned an accreditation, you may login into any of your accreditation services now.
Our accreditations improve the clinical processes and procedures associated with the early assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of acute coronary syndrome, heart failure, and atrial fibrillation. Organizations of all sizes from large academic facilities to smaller community hospitals have successfully achieved accreditation status.
The Value of Accreditation
Saving lives, preventing irreparable heart damage, and improving the CV patient's quality of life are the absolute fundamentals of accreditation. The net of improved CV outcomes means your facility can also measure success in terms of improved patient satisfaction and outcomes; a multi-disciplinary team approach to treatment; a precise CV care strategy; reduced risk and liability; and maximized reimbursements for CV treatment and procedures. Get answers to some of the most commonly asked questions about accreditation.
Working with Hospitals and Hospital Systems
ACC works with single, stand-alone hospitals and hospital systems to improve clinical processes for the early assessment, diagnosis and treatment of Acute Coronary Syndrome (ACS), Heart Failure (HF), and Atrial Fibrillation (AF) and to provide educational information about the management of hospital Observation Services units. The implementation of guidelines and standards is within the reach of organizations of all sizes and we work collaboratively with every organization to ensure that your goals are achievable and your needs are meetable.
The proven value of our operational model is evident in the benefits it delivers to single, stand-alone hospitals as well as hospitals that are aligned with larger hospital systems. So, whether moving forward as an individual hospital or collectively as a group of hospitals, you will work alongside our dependable, collegial, and responsive Accreditation Review Specialists to build better internal and external cardiovascular care processes and, even more importantly, better relationships with the patients and the communities you serve.