You need the 2021 CAMAC Ambulatory Care Update Service to keep your hard copy CAMAC up to date throughout the year. With this annual subscription, you’ll get the latest accreditation information and changes.
Note: If you don't have a current manual, you need the 2021 Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Ambulatory Care before you can purchase the 2021 CAMAC Update Service.
As long as you maintain your Comprehensive Accreditation Manual with its update service, you don’t need to purchase another manual. For example, if you purchased a 2020 CAMAC, as long as you purchased a2020 CAMAC Ambulatory Care Update Service and properly inserted the spring and fall updates, you’re ready for January 1, 2021, standards. This year, you just need to purchase the 2021 CAMAC Ambulatory Care Update Serviceto maintain the manual into the next year. You can’t skip an update—the replacement pages must be inserted with each update to maintain integrity of the update service.
Revisions to 2021 standards and accreditation requirements
Updated accreditation policies, procedures, and related information
"What's New" at-a-glance summary of all revised requirements and information in the replacement pages
Highlighted revisions to help you easily identify new information
The most up-to-date standards and deemed status requirements for your 2021 CAMAC
Two updates a year (spring and fall)
Replacement pages, along with clear instructions, for the CAMAC binder
Standards: Any new or revised ambulatory care standard effective July 1 or January 1
Setting: Organizations accredited under the Ambulatory Care Accreditation Program, including surgery centers, community health centers, group practices, imaging centers, telehealth providers, sleep labs, rehabilitation centers, student health centers, urgent care clinics, and other ambulatory providers
Key Audience: Staff working on accreditation, compliance, patient safety, or quality improvement
If you’d prefer a leaner manual for staff orientation or a portable reference for meetings, consider the 2021 Standards for Ambulatory Care.