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Bariatric Program Accreditation Preparation

“The administrative and medical staff commit to broad cooperation in order to improve the quality of metabolic and bariatric surgical care provided at the center.”-Standard 2

Planning, structure, and the development of best practices are key to accreditation preparedness.

MBSAQIP demands constant self-assessment by your bariatric team, not just survey readiness during a year of re-accreditation.

Hea ImageHEA provides structure to your program by:

  • Teaching your staff how to implement appropriate processes to keep your facility in compliance with MBSAQIP standards on a year-to-year basis
  • Offering pre-organized binders containing templates and written processes that your team can customize for implementation
  • Instructing your staff on how to move from self-assessment to best practices on an ongoing basis, as is required by the MBSAQIP standards
  • HEA provides a series of three webinars followed by a mock site inspection in which our team of experts will:
  • Review current MBSAQIP standards
  • Offer methods of organization for MBSAQIP site inspection
  • Provide templates for required processes
  • Provide unlimited access to HEA Advisors
  • Offer written program assessment
  • Offer pre-set agendas for Full Comprehensive Review
  • Assist with data-driven Quality Improvement Initiatives

Bariatric programs often experience “set-backs” with staff turnover, but with a strong structure in place, your team will depend only upon policies, processes, and agendas to maintain bariatric accreditation regardless of staffing changes. This is your first step towards a “best practice”!

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