JFRConsulting, LLC is a
Substance Abuse & Mental Health
consulting firm providing expertise
in accrediting & licensing
Substance Abuse and Mental Health Clinics
from inception through renewal procress.
Miami, Fort Lauderdale,
Palm Beach Counties, and beyond.
We cover all levels of care,
Residential levels 1-5
Joint Commission Accredidation Process Specialist
Joint Commission & CARF Accreditation Consulting covers:
CARF & The Joint Commission accreditation process usually takes between 4 and 6 months to complete.
Contact us today and we will provide a free initial consultation that will allow us to give you a quote for our services, explain the process and get you started as soon as possible.
Substance Abuse & Mental Health Licensure Process Specialist
The Division of Health Quality Assurance (HQA) is responsible for the regulation of 40 types of health care facilities and businesses (providers) and managed care organizations and more than 46,000 facilities/providers including health maintenance organization, nursing homes, hospitals, assisted living facilities, home health agencies, health care clinics, clinical laboratories, and others. Duties include:
• state licensure, federal certification, and criminal background checks for owners, operators and certain health care provider staff; • routine and complaint inspections and plans and construction reviews for certain facilities; • consumer and public information regarding health care facilities including licensure and inspection information to the public and public record requests; • financial reviews and analysis for licensure and regulatory assessments; and • managed care regulation, including network verification licensure, complaint investigations, subscriber grievance review, Medicaid managed care organizations, and
Medicaid health plan contract compliance monitoring.
FARR Certification is a consultative process.
It begins with a thorough review of the NARR Standard by the prospective applicant.
Parties who desire to voluntary submit for certification to this Standard FARR is not a licensing authority, nor are we the “recovery residence police”. Their mission is to promote quality recovery housing through provider compliance with the National Standard. Their certification team is comprised of trained administrative & field personnel. Through open and transparent collaboration, FARR personnel guide applicant owners, managers and staff to achieve the Standard. The duration of the certification process varies significantly based on provider preparedness, motivation and experience. The objective for both parties is to achieve successful certification. Assuming this shared objective, FARR Certification maintains unwavering integrity by ensuring providers continue to demonstrate compliance with the NARR Standard and FARR Code of Ethics.