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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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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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Construction Underway for New Affordable-Housing Community for Military Veterans Struggling with Homelessness

MINNEAPOLIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–Struggling military veterans will have access to new housing and resources to help end the cycle of homelessness, as construction is now underway for a new, affordable-housing community in Minneapolis. During a ceremonial groundbreaking for Veterans East, veterans groups, project partners and community leaders heralded the new development as vital in helping end homelessness […]

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After serving in war zones, Army veteran ruled ineligible to play in college by NCAA

Isaiah Brock joined the Army in April 2012 and was eventually assigned to the 54th Quartermaster Mortuary Affairs Company. In simple terms, that means he spent parts of the past four years extracting dead soldiers from countries in which the United States is at war. “I aided in the process of returning these fallen heroes […]

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Mother and Son Provide Service Dogs to Help Veterans with PTSD

North Wales, Pa. (WTXF) A family says their lives changed when a 4-legged friend joined their family. Now, a mother and son are trying to make a difference for others. “It’s really hard for me to go out in public a lot unless I have somebody with me and even somebody with me is hard,” […]

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Veterans Battle PTSD, One’s Emotional Account Urges Others to Seek Help

SPRINGFIELD, Mo.–The statistic are staggering; 18 to 22 service members are committing suicide every day. Post Traumatic Stress Disorder is nothing new but it’s been acknowledged much more and more and more people are begging to talk about it. Eric Olsen is a hardened marine corps combat veteran. He was deployed nine times for 22 […]

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Couple Helps Restore Veterans and Families Struggling with PTSD

In 2007, Chad returned from Afghanistan a broken man. “One day I was the golden boy of an elite military Joint Special Operations Task Force, doing what I believed to be the most important mission in the war on terror and the next, I was benched…I was diagnosed with Post Traumatic Stress Disorder. It was […]

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Providence Farm Helps Veterans and Their Families Deal With PTSD

He’s a husband and father of 8. James McLeod has served in the Navy for 14 years and was deployed to Afghanistan in 2010. He knows first hand the effect that has had on him and his family. That’s why he and his wife run Providence Farm in Concord. It’s a non-profit that exists as […]

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Collateral damage: The mental health issues facing children of veterans

Not all our casualties of war served overseas in combat. Some are children who never left our shores. Collateral damage, some might call it. Our Cover Story from Martha Teichner: How many of these homecomings have you seen on television since we went to war in Iraq and Afghanistan more than a decade ago? How […]

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3
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Veterans: Serving and Healing in Community

When I first met public television executive Julie Coan a year ago next week, she and I had a conversation about what it means when a military veterans trusts you enough to listen to their story, and whether any particular response is required. That moment is always sacred, and the quote that comes to mind […]

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Combat Veterans Use Photography To Cope With PTSD

MENLO PARK (CBS SF) — Half a million veterans were treated for post-traumatic stress disorder in 2012. Many are still fighting their own silent war, whether they’ve recently returned from the Middle East or served in the military decades ago. The Veterans Health Administration in Palo Alto is using a creative new therapy to help […]

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Female Veterans Speak on Women’s Issues

SCHENECTADY, N.Y. — As March comes to an end, so does Women’s History Month. And just before Easter weekend, students at Schenectady County Community College took in some inspiration from five female service veterans, like Tabitha Dart, Army veteran and student of the college. “I was able to take away discipline and take away a […]

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29
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‘Human Hug Project’ helps veterans cope with PTSD through acts of kindness

(WCBD) — An organization founded in 2015 is aiming to bring awareness to PTSD by showing love and kindness to others, ‘one hug at a time.’ That’s the mission of The Human Hug Project. It was created by three veterans who experienced PTSD, and seek to help others cope with the disorder. Their goal objective is to […]

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Former inmate pairs gang members with veterans, helps stop violence

CHICAGO – With Chicago’s record breaking violence being front and center in the headlines, it’s easy to forget that there are people who are doing good in our community, even those who started on the wrong side of the law. Last week, Windy City Live launched the new series “4-Star-Chicagoan” to do just that. Click […]

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