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Chest Pain Center Accreditation
Chest Pain Center v6 Accreditation is a quality improvement program designed for hospital cardiovascular (CV) teams that are focused on the efficient and effective care of acute coronary syndrome (ACS) patients. CPC v6 Accreditation drives you to establish consistent, high quality processes across the continuum of care, furnishing you with a roadmap for progress and highly valued, sustainable performance. Read the Ten Reasons to Partner with ACC for Chest Pain Center Accreditation.
Customer Voice: Wayne W. Ruppert, CVT, CCCC, NRP, Cardiovascular Coordinator, Bayfront Health Seven Rivers, Crystal River, Florida
Read a first-hand account of a CPC Accreditation Coordinator's experience initiating a Chest Pain Center Accreditation program and how it helps establish "consistent, evidence-based care."
On-Demand Chest Pain Center Webinars
Want to learn more about the benefits of Chest Pain Center Accreditation? Our service line specialists have recorded informational webinars that provide an overview of key accreditation topics and explain how your steps toward process improvement can provide valuable insight into the performance and management of a goal-driven CV service line.
Chest Pain Center v6 Accreditation builds upon previous versions of Chest Pain Center Accreditation — combining quality initiatives, current ACC/AHA guidelines, and clinical best-practices to produce the most robust delivery model for LOW-RISK, NSTE-ACS, STEMI and Resuscitation. CPC Accreditation applies a holistic approach to CV care — one that is designed to reduce the burden of cardiovascular disease on patients as well as on the hospitals and clinicians that assess, treat, and manage the CV population.
Accreditation training prepares facilities to begin their Accreditation journey. Discussion covers the fundamental elements of Accreditation as well as challenges and successes experienced by other facilities that have completed the Accreditation process.
Note: Customers must first complete the Chest Pain Center Accreditation purchase process in order to gain access to the Chest Pain Center Accreditation tool and related training. Please contact email@example.com for more information.
We struggled with a few things. We struggled with our risk stratification. Accreditation absolutely improved processes, not only at Northeast Baptist but for the Baptist Healthcare System. We've improved our Troponin times. We've improved our door-to-ECG times. Our door-to-balloon times are just phenomenal.Michael Cline, Associate COO, Northeast Baptist Hospital, San Antonio, TX