IAC Announces Proposal Acceptance for
2013 Research Award Program and Broadens Eligibility
SUBMISSIONS NO LONGER BEING ACCEPTED
FEBRUARY 2013 | With the objective of funding innovative and meritorious research relevant to facility accreditation, the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) Research Committee invites IAC sponsoring organizations and their members, government agencies, health care insurers, academic institutions and other
nonprofit organizations to submit proposals regarding accreditation and quality improvement for the 2013 IAC Research Award Program.
In 2012, the inaugural call for proposals was limited to internal submissions by active IAC board members, past board members, reviewers and site visitors. However in 2013, the IAC expands its research spectrum to include its sponsoring organizations along with their members, as well as other innovative individuals and institutions, to further develop its mission of Strengthening accreditation through research.
Eligible individuals and organizations applying for this research opportunity should submit a letter of intent to the IAC no later than April 1, 2013. The IAC Research Committee will award grants up to $75,000 to qualifying applicants in October 2013. Proposals of lesser amounts will be considered.
IAC Announces First Grant Recipients for
Research Award Program
JANUARY 2013 | Identifying research as a core strategy toward furthering its mission of Improving health
care through accreditation, in 2012 the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) launched its Research Award Program to fund innovative and meritorious research relevant to facility accreditation. Read the complete story»
IAC Defines Research as a Key Strategic Goal,
Establishing the IAC Research Award Program
JULY 2012 | Identifying research as a core strategy toward furthering its mission of Improving health care through accreditation, the Intersocietal Accreditation Commission (IAC) has announced efforts to support innovative and meritorious research programs relevant to facility accreditation. As part of that initiative, the IAC has launched a major research effort into all aspects of accreditation with the expressed purpose to critically evaluate and improve the process with the establishment of the IAC Research Committee. The IAC Research Committee consists of a research officer and representation from each IAC division. Read the complete story»