Company Earns Accreditation by Caregivers Registry
Moore Registry, managed by Aging Outreach Services, has received accreditation by the Caregivers Registry Standards Board.
Moore Registry is the only caregiver registry in North Carolina and the fourth in the nation to have achieved this recognition, a news release said.
Moore Registry provides referral services for private-duty care providers who are carefully screened and credentialed.
The care providers it represents are self-employed professionals, and they have a range of skills that can be matched to meet client needs.
"It is important to have a process that monitors for quality and ensures we are following appropriate protocol and processes," says Amy Natt, CEO of Aging Outreach Services. "To be an accredited registry, we must meet multiple criteria that tell the client we are doing our best to screen and credential every care provider we contract with, so that we can confidently make referrals to individuals qualified to provide the care our clients request."
In addition to the already stringent standards previously required by Moore Registry, such as a background screening and personal liability insurance, the Caregivers Registry Stan-dards Board further requires a more extensive background check, including recognized state and federal agencies including abuse registries, a five-year chronological employment validation and credentials validation, as well as administrative credentialing, the news release said.
"This was not an easy task, but the end result is a registry of top caregivers providing top quality care," said Rhonda Priest, registry administrator.
Moore Registry is at 676 NW Broad St. in Southern Pines. Anyone needing more information can call (910) 692-2434 or visit its Web site at www.aging-outreachservices.com.
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