There are three types of accreditation status.
Four-year Accreditation - A four-year Accreditation is awarded to those Medical Clinics, which in the opinion of MSQH, substantially comply with the MSQH Medical Clinic Standards. It should be noted that the Medical Clinic must achieve substantial compliance in all Core Standards to achieve four-year Accreditation.
Delayed Accreditation - A Delayed Accreditation is awarded to those Medical Clinics which have met the requirements of most of the standards. A Medical Clinic awarded a Delayed Accreditation is offered the opportunity to submit a compliance report within the next six (6) months. In the compliance report, the Medical Clinic should show evidence of action being taken on the recommendations which were recorded by the surveyors at the initial survey, and should achieve substantial compliance to MSQH Medical Clinic Standards in order to qualify for the four-year accreditation.
Non-Accreditation - Accreditation cannot be awarded to a Medical Clinic in which the surveyors have observed and reported that a significant number of standards are not complied with.
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