Achieve Successful Survey Outcomes
Reduce Organizational Stress
Focus and Prioritize Survey Preparation
Build Your Internal Expertise
Behavioral Healthcare Consulting for Accreditation and Compliance
Barrins & Associates helps you manage the challenges of accreditation and regulatory compliance. See how our 30-plus years of expertise in the behavioral healthcare industry can benefit you.
We provide you with behavioral healthcare consulting, including proven survey preparation and continuous survey readiness services to help you achieve successful outcomes on TJC and CMS surveys. We also assist behavioral healthcare organizations seeking initial TJC accreditation.
CMS Compliance Support
- Training on CMS CoPs and Interpretive Guidelines
- Consultation on Integrating CMS and TJC Requirements
- Technical Assistance with Response to CMS surveys
- Mock CMS surveys
Today’s landscape of behavioral healthcare accreditation and regulatory compliance is increasingly complex. To navigate that landscape, you need behavioral healthcare consulting from a firm with proven expertise in behavioral healthcare compliance management.
Our team includes consultants who are former senior leaders of behavioral healthcare organizations and former TJC and CMS surveyors. They bring years of both operational and consulting expertise and put it to work in your organization. Watch them partner with your team to achieve successful survey outcomes and improve the quality of care you deliver!
TJC Accreditation and CMS Compliance is Our Specialty
100% Success Rate for TJC Initial Accreditation
19-Year Track Record
More Than 300 Clients Served
Be aware! CMS complaint survey results are now posted on their new website. CMS communicated this in their memo QSO-19-01 on October 4th. This means if CMS conducts a complaint survey at an accredited hospital, they will post their official report of findings (the “2567” report) on this website …read more
Suicide risk assessment continues to be a high focus area for The Joint Commission. Accordingly, TJC will further strengthen its approach to suicide risk reduction in 2019 and revise National Patient Safety Goal NPSG.15.01.01. As a result, the expanded NPSG.15.01.01 will require organizations to do the following …read more