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  • Payers choose CARF to reduce risk and raise accountability

    Payers -- whether a third-party funder, referral agency, insurance company, or governmental regulator -- look for CARF-accredited service providers to lessen risk and provide greater accountability.

    Payers prefer CARF International as an independent accrediting body of health and human service providers. Our accredited providers have applied a comprehensive set of standards for quality to their business and service delivery practices. Because CARF accreditation signals a provider's demonstrated conformance to internationally accepted standards, it can significantly reduce governmental monitoring and help to streamline regulation processes.

    In addition, CARF accreditation confirms that a program or service is committed to continuous quality improvement, accountability for its performance through outcomes evidence, and monitoring the satisfaction of the persons served. Countries, states, territories, and provinces on five continents recognize one or more of CARF International's areas of accreditation, and many mandate CARF exclusively in at least one area of accreditation.

    As a third-party payer, referral source, insurer, or governmental regulator, you have access to searches and lists of CARF-accredited service providers and current CARF standards manuals and monographs. Login here or request a new payer account.

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  • About CARF movie

    View the About CARF movie (Flash, 3 min.) for an introduction to CARF International. Or view the script.


  • Aging services lenders

    Lenders seeking to invest in the senior housing and services sector may have questions about accreditation and how it helps identify an organization that is prepared to meet the terms of a lending arrangement.

    Visit www.carf.org/lenders to get started.

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