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CHAP Public Health Standards of Excellence
CLICK TO DOWNLOAD. The CHAP Standards of Excellence are designed for a licensed public health provider that provides care directly to patients. Licensing requirements vary by state.
CHAP Public Health Standards of Excellence are designed for to providers focus on population-based public health in a community setting. They are part of an interdisciplinary team that specializes in wellness.
Standards for these providers are based on Essential Public Health Services as defined in Public Health In America (Healthy People 2010). The standards are applicable to organizations providing services in a variety of community-based settings including local, municipal, regional, state and tribal.
Through our accreditation process, CHAP helps these providers understand and meet those standards.
Our combined focus on public health and CHAP Core Standards ensures that providers in this field will be compliant with all local, state, federal and industry regulatory requirements, paving the way for better care and better business performance.
Demystifying the Plan of Correction
So you need to write a plan of correction? Not to worry, we are here to help! This 30 minute anytime learning module is ready when you are and will give you guidance for completing your organization's plan of correction in LinQ as well as walk through what's next.
So you need to write a plan of correction, not to worry, we are here to help! This 30 minute anytime learning module is ready when you are and will give you guidance for completing your organizations plans of correction in CHAPLinQ as well as walk through what's next.
At the conclusion of the online learning the participant will be able to:
- Describe the CHAP accreditation process and the importance of writing an effective plan of correction.
- Discuss the process for writing a plan of correction.
- Define the key elements in writing an effective plan of correction.
- Describe the relationship between the monitoring plan and your QAPI program
- Discuss the process post submission of the plan of correction.