For more than 25 years, the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) has developed standards and methods evaluating the quality of care delivered to patients. The IAC provides accreditation programs across several practice areas dedicated to ensuring high-level care, all laddering up to its stated mission: “Improving healthcare through accreditation®”.
IAC accreditation is widely respected in the medical community. To obtain accreditation, facilities voluntarily undergo an extensive application and evaluation process to ensure practices meet or exceed the quality standards set by the IAC. The IAC Board of Directors, as well as two independent reviewers, carefully analyze all operational aspects of facilities and conduct in-depth reviews of case studies to confirm facilities’ compliance with IAC Standards and Guidelines.
Last month, our Dallas-area clinics were granted a three-year accreditation by the IAC in Vascular Testing. This type of accreditation is related to the high quality ultrasound studies and reports, as well as the qualifications and training of our sonographers and physicians at Vein Clinics of America. The accreditation demonstrates that our clinics have met the high quality standards, which the IAC has determined are necessary to consistently deliver quality care, and allows Vein Clinics of America to share a “seal of approval” representing our commitment to quality vascular testing and care.
We are honored to have received this accreditation from the IAC. Congratulations and special thanks to all of those involved in the application process and to the sonographers and physicians in the region for submitting fantastic case studies. The following clinics are recognized with this accreditation:
- Allen Clinic
- Arlington Clinic
- Flower Mount Clinic
- Garland Clinic
- Irving Clinic
- Park Lane Clinic
- Plano Clinic
- Southlake Clinic