Patients are faced with numerous choices when seeking medical care. Fortunately, patients can have peace of mind when visiting centers that have been accredited by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission.
What is the IAC?
The Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) is a nonprofit organization in operation to evaluate and accredit facilities that demonstrate quality patient care. The IAC’s mission is Improving health care through accreditation®.
How does a center become IAC Accredited?
The process of becoming an accredited Vein Center is intensive and involves an application and review process by a panel of medical experts. During the review, both the operational and technical components of the facility are assessed along with case studies and final outcomes to determine the quality of health care provided to patients.
Why is the IAC Accreditation Important?
The IAC Accreditation is a “Seal of Approval” patients can trust to ensure a Vein Center has demonstrated a commitment to quality patient care in vein treatment and management. Re-accreditation occurs every three years ensuring that facilities make a long-term commitment to excellence.
Is the Vein Center at Brinton Lake Accredited?
Yes, the Vein Center at Brinton Lake was the first Vein Center in Delaware County to be granted accreditation by the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) in 2017.