What is the purpose of a Check Point?

A Check Point is a meeting between the Sponsor of a participating facility (along with any other internal stakeholders) and their Lead Appraiser. It is intended to occur quarterly after the appraisal, digitally, and for approximately 1-2 hours. The purpose of Check Points is several-fold:

  • Organizations can seek clarity, reassurance, and guidance from their Lead Appraiser regarding improvement plans, activities, and next steps.

  • Lead Appraisers can help the participating facility stay engaged in the pilot activities.

  • The Performance Report is collected.

  • The Reappraisal scope is discussed by the third Check Point.
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