Accreditations & Certifications
The substance abuse and mental health services administration was formed to educate, provide treatment and provide mental health services to individuals who abuse alcohol and drugs. It does this through community programs, information resources and events.
The College Of American Pathologists was formed to foster and advocate excellence in pathology, and laboratory medicine on a world-wide level. CAP’s board certified-pathologists serves patients, other pathologists and the general public.
The ISO 13485:2003 certification was designed to provide harmonized medical device regulatory requirements and QA management systems. The specific requirements for an organization state that it must provide medical devices that meet regulatory and customer requirements.
The American Association of Medical Review Officers, Inc. (AAMRO), created in 1991, is a medical society dedicated to establishing national standards and certification of medical practitioners and other professionals in the field of drug and alcohol testing. AAMRO has established standard practices and procedures, and training programs and administration of certification examinations. AAMRO is independent of existing medical membership groups and is designed to provide training and certification for physicians in different specialties.
The Medical Review Officer Certification Council (MROCC) was founded by a number of medical specialty societies as well as the American Medical Association. Societies who have representatives on the MROCC Board include: The American Academy of Clinical Toxicology and American College of Medical Toxicology, the American College of Occupational and Environmental Medicine, the American Society of Addiction Medicine, and the College of American Pathologists.