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What FACT Accreditation Means to Patients

As a patient, FACT accreditation can assure you that the health care organization you choose is committed to quality patient care. Learn what FACT accreditation means to you

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By achieving FACT accreditation, you are informing patients, medical professionals, health insurance companies and the government that you exceed standards in patient care and laboratory practices. Review accreditation process.

Accreditation Success Stories

Quality is The Standard at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center
M.D. Anderson Cancer Center is recognized as No. 1 in cancer care in the U.S. News & World Report’s annual “America’s Best Hospitals” survey, in part due to our FACT accreditation.

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Experienced Inspector Motivated by Helping Other Programs Succeed

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Richard C. Meagher, PhD, is a FACT inspector and has been since the inception of the FACT accreditation process. He performed his first inspection in the year 2000 and has since completed 48 inspections (or an average of 3 inspections a year). In addition to volunteering as an inspector, he is a co-chair of the FACT Cellular Therapy Processing Facility Standards Committee and a member of the FACT Cellular Therapy Standards Steering Committee. Read his advice.

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