BHCOE Accreditation Results

Organizations applying for Full Accreditation will work with our team of professional evaluators to gauge their ability to meet the standards of a Behavioral Health Center of Excellence. The results will fall into one of five categories, detailed below.

Three-Year Accreditation

The organization satisfies 96%-100% of the accreditation standards. The organization has demonstrated their policies and procedures are applied effectively. The organization has demonstrated significant improvement from previous BHCOE Accreditation evaluations.

Score: 96%-100%

Two-Year Accreditation

The organization satisfies 91%-95% of the accreditation standards. The organization has demonstrated their policies and procedures are applied effectively. The organization has demonstrated significant improvement from previous BHCOE Accreditation evaluations.

Score: 91%-95%

One-Year Accreditation

The organization satisfies 85%-90% of the accreditation standards. The organization has demonstrated their policies and procedures are applied effectively. The organization has demonstrated significant improvement from previous BHCOE Accreditation evaluations. The organization demonstrates a commitment to correct the deficiencies revealed to further establish compliance with the Standards.

Score: 85%-90%

Provisional Accreditation

If the participating organization receives a score less than 85%, the organization will earn a provisional accreditation and will receive a Quality Improvement Plan (QIP) to assist the organization in adjusting their organizational practices. It is requested that these adjustments be made within 3-6 months following the receipt of the plan. After 3-6 months, the organization is then re-assessed in the areas addressed in the QIP. Organizations that achieve provisional accreditation and make adequate improvements may only earn a 1-year accreditation after sufficient changes have been made.

Non-Accreditation

The organization has extensive areas of improvement in numerous areas of the standards and there are questions about the benefit of services or welfare of those served or employed by the organization. The organization has failed to bring itself to significant conformance to standards, or the organization has falsified documentation or information provided to BHCOE.

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