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carf

, kerf - A cut or notch in timber is a carf or kerf—which are also used to describe the width of such a cut.
See also related terms for notch.
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30, 2015 /PRNewswire/ -- New Start Detox has been issued a Three-Year CARF Accreditation.
An organization receiving a CARF Three-Year Accreditation has put itself through a rigorous peer review process.
The Children's Institute has received CARF International accreditation for the following programs:
Niles, whose organization relies on CARF standards, found that the data required to detail eight of 15 "core" (required) Meaningful Use measures corresponded closely with that required to demonstrate compliance with nine current CARF standards.
While this activity is explained in part by an increasing need to serve an expanding population, I have personally and professionally come to recognize the need for oversight by a bona fide accrediting body such as CARF, and the legitimacy that comes with accreditation.
Standards Manager can be updated as revised editions of the CARF standards manuals are released each year.
According to CARF President and Chief Executive Officer Brian Boon, Ph.
CARF, founded in 1966, has reviewed more than 47,000 programs and services throughout the United States and around the world to determine which programs and services are of the highest quality
Besides CARF, the other main accreditation option The Florida House Experience was asked to consider for its residential treatment facility was:
CARF and CCAC set standards and offer a means for the public to identify excellence.
CARF International, a Medicare appointed accreditation organization, announced that Words+, Inc.
CARF is considered the gold standard and the premiere accrediting bodyfor rehabilitation programs.