ATI Physical Therapy has been awarded a 3-year accreditation by the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), for its ability to meet high-quality healthcare standards through its policies and procedures. The achievement is a result of the internal investment and commitment by ATI leaders to implement best practices across the business.

NCQA is a non-profit, nationally recognized organization dedicated to assessing and reporting on the quality of healthcare, and the 3-year accreditation is the maximum term awarded by the organization.

“After two years of steady and meticulous work from our credentialing team, we are proud to be among a limited number of healthcare organizations accredited by NCQA. This is a testament to our commitment to providing quality care through our expert clinicians. It speaks volumes about ATI’s team, and likewise, helps make ATI an even greater draw for new clinicians considering their career options.”

— Ray Wahl, ATI Chief Operating Officer

ATI employs nearly 2,000 clinicians who require credentialing. The Company’s credentialing team works to ensure that this process is seamless for employees and each individual meets the rigorous quality standards set out by ATI and the payors with whom it contracts to provide services.

[Source: ATI Physical Therapy]