Term

New Applicants

An organization seeking accreditation as a provider of continuing education for the healthcare team that does not currently hold at least 1 accreditation from at least 1 of the national accrediting bodies (ACCME, ACPE and/or ANCC) or 1 state accrediting body (ACCME Recognized Accreditor or ANCC Accredited Approver) may be awarded a term of up to 2 years.

If a new applicant chooses to continue as a jointly accredited provider after 2 years, they must follow the reaccreditation process.

 

Currently Accredited

An organization that is already accredited in good standing by at least 1 of the national accrediting bodies (ACCME, ACPE and/or ANCC) or 1 state accrediting body (ACCME Recognized Accreditor or ANCC Accredited Approver) may be awarded a term of 6 years if the provider is in compliance with all Joint Accreditation Criteria. If a provider is in non-compliance with any criteria, and is awarded Joint AccreditationTM, the provider will receive an accreditation term of 4 years with a progress report.

 

Re-Accreditation for Jointly Accredited Providers

An organization that is already a jointly accredited provider may be awarded a term of 6 years if the provider is in compliance with all joint accreditation criteria. If the provider is in non-compliance with any criteria, and is awarded Joint Accreditation, the provider will receive an accreditation term of 4 years with a progress report.

 

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