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Joint Commission Accreditation and CMS Compliance Consultants: Partners in Your Success

A nationally recognized consulting firm, Barrins & Associates specializes in Joint Commission (TJC, formerly JCAHO) and Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services consulting for the behavioral healthcare industry. Our firm was founded in 1999 by Anne Barrins, MS, CSW, who was a Joint Commission surveyor for 13 years. She has more than 30 years of experience in behavioral healthcare accreditation and compliance management.

Our clients benefit from our focus, experience and insight in providing Joint Commission accreditation, survey preparation and continuous survey readiness consultation exclusively to the behavioral healthcare field.

How Do Our Clients Benefit from Our Services?

  • With proven strategies and a 19-year track record, our clients achieve successful TJC and CMS survey outcomes and a 100% success rate for initial Joint Commission accreditation.
  • Clients receive insights, guidance and knowledge from our team of associates that represent the fields of nursing, social work, health information management and engineering.
  • Solutions, training and recommendations are customized to meet your organization’s unique strengths and needs.
  • Clients eliminate risky last-minute pressure and preparation that can jeopardize TJC and CMS survey results, and they remain ready for unannounced surveys.

Over 300 Behavioral Healthcare Organizations Have Achieved Their Goals with the Help of Barrins & Associates

Barrins & Associates has worked with behavioral healthcare organizations nationwide to achieve successful outcomes on their TJC and CMS surveys and provide ongoing compliance support.

View our client list to see the organizations that have partnered with us and read client testimonials for feedback about our services and results. We are proud of our proven track record, extensive client base and our clients’ successes!

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