FACT Accreditation Fees

Cellular Therapy Program

Initial Registration  [Non-Refundable]5000 USD
ANNUAL ACCREDITATION FEES
     Base Fee3200 USD
         Clinical Program    1650 USD
         Collection Facility 1650 USD
         Processing Facility 1650 USD
ADDITIONAL SERVICE FEES 
         Reinspection5000 USD/Inspector
         Additional Site1900 USD/site
         Add-On Service5000 USD/Inspector

Note:  If inspector travel costs exceed historic averages, your organization may be assessed a travel surcharge.
Payment of annual fees is a requirement for continued accreditation.

Cord Blood Bank 

Initial Registration [Non-Refundable]5000 USD
ANNUAL ACCREDITATION FEES

       Base Fee  

  •  one central bank  
  •  one processing facility  
  •  up to five collection sites 
8500 USD
       Cord Blood Bank Unit Volumes 
              Small Bank [0 - 10000 CBUs]0 USD
              Medium Bank [10001 - 50000 CBUs]265 USD
              Large Bank [50001 - 100000 CBUs]565 USD
              Mega Bank [Over 100000750 USD
       Collection Sites[per inspection cycle]
 Number of
Collection Sites
Number of
Sites Inspected
Supplemental
Annual Inspection Fee
 110 USD
 2 to 520 USD
 6 to 1030 USD
 11 to 2040 USD
 21 to 5050 USD
 51 to 10071800 USD
 101 to 15093000 USD
 Over 150TBDTBD
ADDITIONAL SERVICE FEES
            Reinspection5000 USD/Inspector

Note:  If inspector travel costs exceed historic averages, your organization may be assessed a travel surcharge.
Payment of annual fees is a requirement for continued accreditation.

Accreditation Fee Questions

Please contact Jay Ann Witt at 402.559.1950 or fact@unmc.edu.

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As a Matter of FACT

FACT is approved as an accrediting organization by the United States Health Resources Services and Administration (HRSA) for the C.W. Bill Young Cord Blood Transplantation Program.

Accreditation Success Story

The University of Utah Blood and Marrow Transplant Program began at the University Hospital in Salt Lake City in 1990. The program has been FACT accredited for 10 years, and offers suggestions for large programs considering FACT accreditation. Read more