Inspector Benefits

FACT is committed to serving its inspectors and providing resources not only for conducting inspections, but also for improving their own organizations’ practices.

Possibly the greatest benefit of serving as an inspector is the opportunity to give back to the field of cellular therapy and regenerative medicine. Inspectors help accredited organizations give patients the best care possible. There are also many other benefits inspectors enjoy, including:

• Learning new practices and techniques from other organizations
• Networking with peers for ideas, questions, and collaboration
• Sharing knowledge and expertise with others
• Discovering a variety of ways to meet FACT Standards
• Reflecting on own organizations’ practices
• Developing professional skills and accomplishments
• Traveling domestically and internationally
• Accessing FACT educational sessions free of charge
• Utilizing online tools and resources created just for inspectors
• Taking advantage of opportunities to serve on FACT committees 

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FACT inspectors have free access to all FACT training and educational opportunities.

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