Accreditation The Institute of Surgical Arts Accreditation is by the Institute of Medical Quality (IMQ).
IMQ's Ambulatory Program promotes quality care and assures compliance with government regulations. The standards, developed by California physicians practicing in the ambulatory setting, meet the specific needs of California facilities. The essential standards for administration, personnel/credentialing, quality management, medical records, treatment, surgical/ invasive procedures, and anesthesia services ensure compliance with California Health and Safety Code 1248 (AB 595) and other California laws and regulations. In addition, the physicians also examine existing standards and community practice to ensure appropriateness in developing the standards.
The program provides California facilities and physicians the opportunity for review by peers who are familiar with issues specific to California medical practices. On site, educational consultation and assistance are available throughout the accreditation process.
Accreditation by IMQ is recognized by many liability carriers, workers' compensation and insurers, as well as the Medical Board of California.
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A health care provider is an individual or an institution that provides preventive, curative, promotional or rehabilitative health care services in a systematic way to individuals, families or communities.
An individual health care provider (also known as a health worker) may be a health care professional, an allied health professional, a community health worker, or another person trained and knowledgeable in medicine, nursing or other allied health professions, or public/community health. Institutions (also known as health facilities) include hospitals, clinics, primary care centers and other service delivery points. The practice of health professionals and operation of health care institutions is typically regulated by national or state/provincial authorities through appropriate regulatory bodies for purposes of quality assurance. Together, they form part of an overall health care system.
A hospital is an institution for health care typically providing specialized treatment for inpatient (or overnight) stays. Some hospitals primarily admit patients suffering from a specific disease or affection, or are reserved for the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting a specific age group. Others have a mandate that expands beyond offering dominantly curative and rehabilitative care services to include promotional, preventive and educational roles as part of a primary health care approach. Today, hospitals are usually funded by the state, health organizations (for profit or non-profit), by health insurances or by charities and by donations. Historically, however, they were often founded and funded by religious orders or charitable individuals and leaders. Hospitals are nowadays staffed by professionally trained doctors, nurses, paramedical clinicians, etc., whereas in history, this work was usually done by the founding religious orders or by volunteers.
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