When growing your organization and introducing new projects there are a lot of things you need to consider. You need to look at your clinical program development from every angle, ensuring your bases are all covered every step of the way. From assuring quality to maintaining compliance you need to create a plan for your organization’s growth.
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Many Steps in a Complex Process
Your clinical program development will not simply develop overnight. It begins with a planning phase as your dream begins to take shape. You’ll have many decisions during this first portion of the process, everything from your company name and location to the types of services you will offer. Of course, the demographics of the population you wish to serve is a consideration to ensure the services you design will meet the specific needs of the community.
The details surrounding building your program and practices must be addressed with different factors in mind. First, will your vision be eligible for licensure from your state? Will the business be marketable to the public and serve the needs you have in mind?
Professional guidance will make the implementation smoother as wrinkles are ironed out early rather than using a break/fix approach after actions are already in motion.
Steps of the Process
Care Model Design, Revision & Transformation
Whether you are creating a plan for the programs you will offer in a new venture or enhancing a current program’s offerings you need to conduct an assessment for guidance. Empower your program’s transformation as the needs of those you serve evolve.
Regulatory Certification, Compliance & Licensure
In order for your behavioral health organization to succeed you need to ensure you achieve and are prepared to maintain compliance for your program’s certification and/or licensure.
Program Accreditation, Certification & Compliance
Your business needs a systematic collaborative process for achieving accreditations and maintaining compliance with accrediting bodies. Some of which include The Joint Commission, CARF International, and the Council On Accreditation.
Quality Assurance & Improvement
Managing risk and growing safety is only one part of quality assurance. Understanding your organization’s opportunities for improvement is the starting point for ensuring compliance while sustaining impact and growing service integrity.
Community & Prevention Programming
It’s not just about treating addiction and behavioral health issues, it is also about getting involved in the preventative process within your own community and beyond. Get the resources needed to make a difference.