Using the Accreditation Multi-Tool

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Ever since providers had to become accredited in order to bill Medicare, the importance of accreditation has continued to grow. Where accreditation once was something providers sought out as mainly a requirement they needed to fulfill, they quickly realized that accreditation can help them better respond to immediate industry changes and market opportunities.

Moreover, accrediting organizations now offer specialized accreditation programs to help providers distinguish themselves as expert providers in certain types of care, which helps them differentiate from their competitors. While providers continue to need accreditation to bill Medicare, how providers are using accreditation has changed over the years. Accreditation can be used as a way to differentiate themselves, an advantage in competitive bidding, and a way to distinguish specializations, including mastectomy. Choose an accreditor that can help you succeed.

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