CARF Accreditation is an internationally recognized certification program for healthcare organizations that meet certain standards and criteria. It stands for Commission on Accreditation of Rehabilitation Facilities and is accredited by TJC (The Joint Commission). CARF Accreditation ensures a certain level of quality and safety within the organization, providing assurance to consumers, providers, payers, and other stakeholders that the services provided are safe and effective. This type of accreditation is similar to Joint Commission accreditation but focuses specifically on rehabilitation facilities. The process involves conducting a comprehensive review of the facility’s operations in areas such as patient rights, organizational culture, clinical programs, financial management practices, medical care processes and procedures, and client satisfaction. Organizations must demonstrate compliance with specific standards set forth by CARF in order to be accredited. Organizations that receive the CARF Accreditation have met stringent requirements and are committed to providing quality care and services.