About SRC – Surgical Review Corporation
Established in 2003, Surgical Review Corporation is a nonprofit, patient safety organization that develops and administers best-in-class accreditation programs for medical professionals, surgeons, hospitals and freestanding outpatient facilities throughout the world. These programs improve the safety and quality of patient care and lower the overall costs associated with successful treatment. Data, provided by program participants, is used to determine which treatments achieve the best outcomes. This information enables clinicians, patients, payors and policymakers to make informed decisions that improve health care delivery.
SRC believes that even the best can improve. Excellence is not simply an achievement – it is a culture that must be sustained. SRC has performed thousands of site inspections throughout the world and is in a unique position to provide the experience it has gained to those who wish to improve beyond their accreditation.
SRC is an independent, nonprofit patient safety organization governed by a Board of Directors. The Board determines organizational policy and provides overall governance and oversight.
SRC consults with experts from each specialty to guide the development of its accreditation programs and outcomes databases.
SRC is comprised of a highly qualified, dedicated team of professionals. We are committed to excellence within our own organization, the success of our designees and the safety of each patient served by our designees.
SRC is supported by the following teams:
Clinical Quality and Compliance – responsible for developing and maintaining SRC’s accreditation programs and conducting facility assessments.
Program Support – helps guide SRC participants through the inspection process and schedules facility assessments conducted worldwide.
Information Services – reliable, state-of-the-art technology has been the cornerstone of SRC’s success. The Information Services team supports two important proprietary platforms: SRC’s Excellence accreditation software, used to efficiently manage and process participants through the various stages of accreditation, and BOLD™, our patient outcomes database.
Marketing and Communications – effective communications is vital to the success of our organization, and SRC’s Mar/Com team keeps both our prospective and current participants informed through numerous media including social, video, website and mass email. The CARE team ensures that our designees achieve maximum value from their SRC accreditation.
Business Development – assists and educates those interested in accreditation and ensures the application process functions smoothly for busy practitioners.
Quality Improvement – helps designees improve their quality of care using SRC’s BOLD patient outcomes database.