From his 35 years of involvement in public and private sector health care systems seeking to obtain and/or maintain national accreditation, Robert Johnson, President and founder of Accreditation Readiness, recognized an overwhelming common belief across each unique organizational environment. Without exception, organizations believed national accreditation was a substantial burden that required much more of their time and treasure than the worth received from participation in the process.

Based on these experiences, Robert developed a unique approach that transforms the function of national accreditation from a burdensome external regulatory requirement, to an ongoing internal condition that significantly improves the financial and service delivery bottom line for an organization —

How the Accreditation Readiness Model transforms the process

The Accreditation Readiness Model shifts the CARF accreditation process from what was once a burden to one that significantly improves an organization’s financial outcomes, employee morale and retention, and satisfaction of persons served.

Recognizing that each individual organization operates within an exclusive cultural context that is dependent on a variety of external and internal conditions, Accreditation Readiness works within each distinctive environment to integrate the Accreditation Readiness Model of organizational structure, information management, and planning.

Accreditation Readiness, under the auspicious guidance of Mr. Johnson, assists organizations with understanding the impact internal information management and planning processes have on obtaining national accreditation