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Looking for an approved ICE document/template? They can be found in the Approved ICE Documents folder - click here for a list of available documents for each ICE team: APPROVED ICE DOCUMENTS.

ICE documents can be altered for use by organizations/other regions as needed; however, the ICE logo/any ICE references should be removed if the document is not being used in its original format.


ICE is a voluntary 501(c)3 organization that includes participation by and advice from accrediting and regulatory agencies. The goal of ICE work products is to offer ICE participating organizations standardized tools and best practices toward optimizing efficiencies to implement health industry requirements. ICE heeds feedback from accrediting and regulatory agency partners regarding ICE work products; however, ICE does not obtain official regulatory approval for its work products. As such, ICE work products are not to be considered exempt from any approval process required by regulatory agencies.


Administrative & Organizational Folders

 Click to open category About ICE Documents  
 Click to close category Antitrust Guidelines for ICE  
     Click to close category Antitrust Guidelines
       File   Upload
  Title     Size   Date
 ICE_Antitrust Guidelines FINAL 1-22-04_rev_12.31.10   35 KB   1/1/2011
 Click to open category ICE Agency Leadership Summit (ALS) Meetings  
 Click to open category ICE CLARIFICATION REQUEST LOG & Agency Responses  
 Click to open category ICE Executive Summaries of Team Activities  

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