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About Our Company

We are a woman-owned small business, we work both with the private sector and the Government. We specialize in accreditation and preparing clients for inspection. Because of our diversity and experience we find ourselves spilling over into many different industries and projects not related to accreditation.

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Medical, Overnight Care & Services, Research Activities, Immediate/Urgent Care Services, Emergency Services, Radiation Oncology Treatment Services, Medical Home, Diagnostics & Other Services, Imaging Services, Government, Educational, Dental, Tribal, Other Professional & Technical Services

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Getting accredited is an overwhelming endeavor. Just preparing and submitting the application is like a never ending project in its self. Once the application has been submitted running around trying to prepare for the inspection is nearly impossible. To comply with various accrediting bodies is practically unachievable even if you think everything is perfect they generally find something that you are not completely complaint with. Once you become compliant and receive your accreditation you are still not done. The meetings seem endless to make sure to stay in compliance not to mention trying to meet State and Federal laws. We help by providing our expertise in all aspects of accreditation.

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We are a woman-owned small business, we work both with the private sector and the Government.

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ACSREADY
We specialize in accreditation and preparing clients for inspection.

About Our Company

We are a woman-owned small business, we work both with the private sector and the Government. We specialize in accreditation and preparing clients for inspection. Because of our diversity and experience we find ourselves spilling over into many different industries and projects not related to accreditation. Having a COO who has a background in high-tech, […]

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Medical Overnight Care & Services Research Activities Immediate/Urgent Care Services Emergency Services Radiation Oncology Treatment Services Medical Home Diagnostics & Other Services Imaging Services Government Educational Dental Tribal Other Professional & Technical Services  

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We have completed through courses required through the CITI Program (Collaborative Institutional Training Initiative) for clinic human studies. Getting accredited is an overwhelming endeavor. Just preparing and submitting the application is like a never ending project in its self. Once the application has been submitted running around trying to prepare for the inspection is nearly […]

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We reside in Oregon and Arizona utilizing various means of staying in contact with our clients by: Virtual Offices GoToMeeting Presentations Traveling to our client locations We can be reached anytime at our main phone and fax 800-ACS-Ready. Our Team can reach our team via email at anytime: COO: melissa@acsready.com CFO: jeff@acsready.com PM Medical: sandy@acsready.com […]

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War Vets Cast Aside Costly Prosthetic Arms, Citing Usability

Mike Kacer practices unlacing his worn-out combat boots. He doesn’t use his fingers. He left those in Afghanistan, along with much of his left arm. He maneuvers two silver pincers, oversized tweezers that tug his laces loose. It does not go well. “I could actually tie the shoe faster without the prosthesis,” Kacer says. Despite […]

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25
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Team Rubicon gears up for Haiti relief after Hurricane Matthew

In the coming weeks and months, Haiti—ravaged by Hurricane Matthew—will see millions worth of international assistance and disaster relief organizations funneled into the impoverished country. However, one of the nonprofit groups rising to the rebuilding challenge will be a rapid response team composed of veterans named Team Rubicon. In fact, they got their first start […]

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19
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First ever memorial for veterans lost to PTSD coming to Channahon

CHANNAHON – Channahon State Park will be home to a one-of-a-kind memorial for military veterans who have lost their battles with post-traumatic stress disorder. The Forgotten Warrior Memorial Wall will be a tribute to all veterans who have served in the U.S. Armed Forces and have been afflicted with PTSD and sacrificed their lives beyond […]

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18
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60 Minutes Advanced PTSD Therapy

Source: https://youtu.be/7frOWBiU8D4

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18
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Iraq War veteran wages private war against PTSD, alcoholism

Tom Woods came home from Iraq and the war came with him. His wife Candy struggled to get him the help he needed as she fought to keep the family together. Tom battled PTSD and alcoholism, shaking the family foundation to the core during the reporting which follows the family for more than a year. […]

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18
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Female Veteran Learns To Cope With PTSD At Old Town’s Aspire Center

After struggling with PTSD following two tours in Iraq, Navy veteran Linette Davis is getting treatment at Old Town’s Aspire Center. Source: https://youtu.be/_wgEp44RG54

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12
Oct
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Unconventional PTSD treatment helps veterans through singing, songwriting

Teaching songwriting skills to Defence Force veterans is the latest technique being used to help them deal with post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). According to the Australian Veterans Suicide Register, 83 veterans took their own lives between 2012 and 2015, vastly more than the 42 soldiers who died during the Afghanistan conflict. Tim Thomas, a […]

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11
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Veteran helping other vets cope with PTSD through fishing

(KWWL) – An area veteran knows how difficult it can be to adjust even when the uniform comes off, and the battlefield is miles away. This Waterloo veteran hopes to help other veterans who are battling PTSD by showing them how fishing can be therapeutic. The Department of Veterans Affairs reports that PTSD affects 11-20% […]

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10
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Forsyth to open a veterans treatment court in fall; would be the fourth in North Carolina

By Michael Hewlett Winston-Salem Journal Veterans facing minor criminal charges will have a second chance with Forsyth County’s new veterans treatment court that starts in October. The court provides an opportunity for defendants who have served in the military to get treatment for a mental illness or a substance-abuse problem over a period of time. […]

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7
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Understanding the effects of PTSD and developing coping mechanisms

If you have questions about mental health issues in the field of professional security, then please join us for a one-hour webinar session “Understanding the effects of PTSD and developing coping mechanisms.” The webinar will address topics including post-traumatic stress disorder and stress-related injuries. Webinar leader Debbie Bodkin, a former police officer, now a mental […]

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7
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Tips to Reduce Stress to Better Cope with PTSD

View these tips to reduce stress in your everyday life, which will help you treat your PTSD more effectively. Learn more or take an anonymous PTSD screening at: http://www.militarymentalhealth.org

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7
Oct
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What are “triggers” when dealing with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD)

Dr. Mundt, a consultant on “From Hell to Here” film explains what “triggers” are when dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress, some can be obvious but others can be very subtle. www.FromHelltoHereFilm.com Source: https://youtu.be/gOwUUDFClOE

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