In compliance to laws and regulations through independent assessment and monitoring accreditation program as the most effective to address the best quality in healthcare. We adhere to our purpose, our Charter, to protect community and consumers.
In compliance to laws and regulations such as HIPAA (Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act), Health Care Laws and equivalents within sovereign nations’ healthcare for organizations earning an accreditation communicates true quality care to patients and to stakeholders the care that their personnel, practices and facilities and that these are compliant to laws and regulations.
Our public trust status mandates that we operate with competence as it is inherently impartial, as we do not operate on the basis of forced fees, this is highly relevant in a world of uncertainty of integrity in ethics. We need to comply with anti-corruption, anti-fraud and antitrust laws.
The combination of experts and professional assessors bearing the GOB purpose we build a team with the necessary healthcare insightful. We understand the challenges and complexities that healthcare can bring in the pursuit to convey our purpose in support of community of consumers patients care.
Our accreditation programs that can meet the very different needs of healthcare organizations.
Assessment pursue compliance against laws and regulations but as well keeping abreast healthy patients and care. GOB accreditation is to ensure objective third party validation through internationally recognized and generally accepted benchmark in adherence to laws and regulations. This we do by assessing processes within the realm of a given systems.
GOB Accreditation Healthcare and Benefits to Consumers:
We follow our Charter, our purpose, in a totally impartial, independent while exercising due-care manner abiding to laws and regulations whether antitrust, ACA or HIPAA. These lead us to ensure:
- Being accredited by an entity that is consumer-centric in ways to benefit health providers as well as care for patients
- That be guided by a code of ethics with integrity
- Based transparency, an assessment protocol that is not tied up to how much money you represent to us
- A team that understands the challenges that healthcare administration mean
- On the basis of internationally recognized and generally accepted (IRGA) benchmark process focus QMS ISO 9001, ISO 15189 and others that includes best practices Shingo, DMAIC, TQM based Principles as applicable
- A protocol that includes understanding your healthcare role as well as patient care concerns
- As a public trust, any complaint or appeal may escalate to the Department of Justice initiated by a CT-9 application
We understand the meaning of law, regulations and free market within healthcare. Further, we understand the pragmatic meaning of best-in-class trustworthy healthcare.