TORONTO, Oct. 31, 2013 /CNW/ - Wolters Kluwer CCH has announced an accreditation licensing agreement with the Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA) to include the CCA's accreditation standards in Wolters Kluwer CCH's software product ComplyTrack for Healthcare.
Through the licensing of the CCA's standards, ComplyTrack for Healthcare now provides health centres with a means to be more effective in their planning and preparation for accreditation with the CCA.
"We are very excited to be working with Wolters Kluwer CCH," said Barbara Wiktorowicz, Executive Director of the CCA. "This software product can help health centres support their ongoing quality improvement and preparation for accreditation."
"The CCA's standards for accreditation have spurred new levels in the quality of care health centres are able to provide," said Steve Monk, Law & Business, Vice President of Wolters Kluwer CCH. "We are pleased to become a part of the great work undertaken by the CCA, and we are looking forward to helping health centres with their accreditation process."
ComplyTrack for Healthcare is a cloud-based software solution that provides health centres a straightforward, easy-to-use tool to meet their quality improvement, legal compliance and auditing obligations. ComplyTrack for Healthcare's flexible platform allows health centres to organize their processes in a way that best reflects their unique needs.
About Wolters Kluwer CCH
Wolters Kluwer CCH is Canada's premier provider, and the leading global provider, of authoritative tax, accounting, legal, business and audit compliance tools. Since 1946, Wolters Kluwer CCH has produced information and software products that help customers take command of complex regulatory issues in tax, accounting, law, financial planning and human resources.
About the Canadian Centre for Accreditation (CCA)
The Canadian Centre for Accreditation is a national non-profit offering a bilingual accreditation program tailored to community-based health and social services, promoting excellence and supporting them to meet value-added goals. CCA grew out of over 100 years of experience by five founding associations of community service providers and accredits a wide range of community services in sectors including primary health care, children's mental health, family services, credit counseling, child welfare, community mental health and addictions and community support.
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