The MSA Accreditation program is the formal evaluation of a Medical Surplus Recovery Organization's capacity to adhere to the MSA Code of Conduct and World Health Organization donation guidelines.

 

 

Accreditation Benefits an MSRO by:

  • Signaling a clear indication that the MSRO desires to have a commitment to quality by undergoing a voluntary evaluation.

  • Encouraging marketplace confidence in MSROs by their undergoing regular impartial and independent audits by an internationally respected body.

  • Positively influencing donor satisfaction with MSROs and their clients via greater quality awareness and enhanced communication.

  • Potentially reducing liability insurance through the accountability and transparency of the process.

  • Promoting continuous improvement for the MSRO and its clients through the assessment of system effectiveness, efficiency, and competence.

Adapted from ANSI – Benefits of Accreditation (ANSI, 2013)

Accreditation Program Introduction

The MSA has created a short video introduction to the MedSurplus Alliance and MSA Accreditation Program. The video provides a comprehensive overview of the program and answers many of the most commonly asked questions.  

2020 Accreditation Application Schedule

 

Self-Assessment and Application: January 1 – June 30, 2020

Application Review: August 1 – November 30, 2020

Applicant Notification: December 2020

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