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Remember, your plan must be operating from an approved Model of Care (MOC).
The off-cycle submission process allows for substantial changes such as fundamental organizational changes essential to the MOC process and functions; for example, changes to an organization’s MOC narrative that occur between approval periods (e.g., year 2 of a three-year approval) and have not expired.
Many organizations find accreditation and certifications to be a requirement in a standard book of business. They provide a roadmap for your organization to be clinically sound, quality driven, and integrated. These accreditations assist organizations in demonstrating to their customer’s compliance with regulatory standards and a fundamentally sound structure.