|Become A Diamond Accreditation Evaluator!|
Are you interested in learning more about what makes assisted living organizations successful? Are you interested in helping assisted living organizations around the state improve their performace? Would you be interested in networking, learning, and sharing with others who feel the same way?
As a Diamond Accreditation Evaluator, you will receive a professional development opportunity that can help you grow your own professional network and sharpen your skills in systems thinking, leadership, and communication. Read about all of the benefits available to you!
What does an Evaluator do?
Evaluators, both individually and as part of teams, review written accreditation applications based on the Diamond Accreditation "Three Pillars of Care". Some, but not all, of those Evaluators participate in the Accreditation Visits to the organizations they are reviewing. After an Evaluator team completes its reviews, team findings are developed into a feedback report, detailing the organization's strengths and opportunities for improvement. Read about the necessary time commitment.
The Evaluator Process
Evaluators work in teams assigned to each application and conduct all phases of the accreditation review process. There are Team Leads (evaluators appointed with the responsibility for leading the evaluator team and producing the feedback report) and Evaluator team members. The Diamond Manager serves as the technical resource to the Evaluator team throughout the accreditation process and ensures consistency in scoring and application of the Criteria across the Evaluator teams. After an Evaluator team completes its reviews, team findings are developed into a feedback report, detailing the organization's strengths and opportunities for improvement.
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