What Is Certification? | Joint Commission
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Tuesday 3:10 CST, October 6, 2015

What Is Certification?


Certification is earned by programs or services that may be based within or associated with a health care organization. For example, a Joint Commission accredited medical center can have Joint Commission certified programs or services for diabetes or heart disease care. These programs could be within the medical center or in the community.

  • Learn more about becoming certified and our certification programs.
  • Not sure which program to choose?  Start here

What's the Word on Certification?

Even before The Joint Commission’s Health Care Staffing Services Certification program was available, Clinical One was committed to high quality standards and used Joint Commission standards to improve our services. Going through the certification process helped us establish clearer guidelines and procedures and more specific ways to measure our progress in achieving our own quality standards.
Cynthia Kinnas - President
Randstad Healthcare