We are proud to be an Accreditation Association for Ambulatory Health Care (AAAHC) certified facility. Being committed to obtaining this accreditation means that our physicians participate in self-evaluation, peer review, and continuous education to improve their quality of care and service. Since 2004 our AAAHC certificate of accreditation has been a sign that Cary Endoscopy Center meets and exceeds nationally-recognized Standards to deliver safe, high-quality patient care.
We are pleased to say that the Cary Endoscopy Center is part of the WKCC (WakeMed Key Community Care), an accountable care organization formed by WakeMed Health & Hospitals and over 400 key physicians (from different subspecialties), to provide the Triangle community with high quality, coordinated care. More information can be found at: https://www.wakemedkeycc.org
Cary Endoscopy Center is also rated by BCBS (Blue Cross Blue Shield) as a high value, low-cost partner.
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We have been a part of GIQuic which is a national benchmarking registry in collaboration with the American College of Gastroenterology (ACG) and the American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy (ASGE). GIQuic gathers essential colonoscopy data from providers in the U.S. We compare our colonoscopy results to benchmarks set by ACG and ASGE which allows our physicians to monitor their performance against other endoscopy centers to ensure we are meeting the highest quality standards. Our goal is to provide the best quality of care and best outcomes for our patients.
We are also a part of the United Healthcare analysis of claims data. United Healthcare sends our physicians a Quarterly Peer Comparison Report that shows how our physicians compare to other physicians in our network. This program is a commitment to improving healthcare services, health outcomes, and overall cost of care for both United Healthcare patients and their care providers.