Chassin has been acknowledged for his contributions in the fields of quality measurement and improvement; he received the Founders' Award of the American College of Medical Quality and the Ellwood Individual Award of the Foundation for Accountability.
What does FACCT stand for?
FACCT stands for Foundation for Accountability
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See other definitions of FACCT
- Fédération des Associations et Corporations en Construction du Québec (French: Federation of Associations and Corporations in Quebec Construction; Quebec, Canada)
- Families Against Confiscatory Child Support
- Field Artillery Computer Control System (Australian Army)
- Florida Association of Christian Colleges and Schools
- French American Chamber of Commerce of San Francisco (California)
- Functional Area Communications and Computer Systems Manager
- Families and Communities Caring Together (conference)
- Fife Assessment Centre for Communication Through Technology (UK)
- Florida Advanced Center for Composite Technologies
- Florida Association of Christian Counselors and Therapists (est. 1993)
- Familial Cancer Database
- Fellow of the American College of Dentists
- Fellow of the Australasian College of Dermatologists
- Florida Academy of Cosmetic Dentistry
- Foreign Area Customer Dialing
- Foundation Achievement of Competence Document (National Health Service; UK)
- Fredericton Aggressive Crop Dusters (New Brunswick, Canada)
- Functional Analysis Concept Development (US Navy)
- Forward Area Combined Degaussing and Acoustic Range (US DoD)
- Faculty and Course Development in International Studies
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For example, the Foundation for Accountability could combine with the Foundation for Informed Medical Decision Making to gain better traction around their missions.
One of the most notable was the formation of the Foundation for Accountability (FACCT) in 1995.
The demand for value drives the direction of measurement and reporting requirements from both the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA) and the Foundation for Accountability.
 And there is a proliferation of consumer advocacy think tanks and educational groups, such as The Foundation for Accountability, whose purpose is to develop measures of performance that are relevant to consumers and to educate them about how to use this information.