DoH has issued a Standard defining the criteria that a healthcare facility must satisfy in order to be eligible for accreditation as an Approved Practice Setting. The Rules for Eligibility may define the aforesaid accreditation criteria by referencing any matters that the DoH considers appropriate, including:
Existing resources, experience, and academic achievements of the healthcare facility seeking accreditation as an Approved Practice Setting.
The type of Approved Practice Setting that the healthcare facility is being (or wishes to be) accredited for.
Healthcare professionals or the public who attended DoH Approved CME/CPD program.
Special Condition: Healthcare professionals or public may request program participation certificate for DoH approved CME/CPD program after 1 day, and 60 days before event takes place.
- Participate in CME/CPD Program
- Amend CME/CPD Program participation
Approved Practice Setting for Training
DoH approved facilities to deliver medical education program. The facilities are divided into three levels based on the accreditation; APS-Basic, APS-Intermediate and APS-Advanced.