Improve clinical care and reduce variation.
You may have already achieved accreditation or you may want to make sure your program or service is performing at a high level. Give your team the validation and recognition of earning Joint Commission certification, and show your patients you’re committed to providing consistent quality of care.
Value of Certification
Achieving certification provides you with a framework to standardize your disease-specific program to help you reduce variation and risk and improve care. Based on evidence-based standards, The Joint Commission offers many certifications, ranging from stroke and cardiac to orthopedic and rehabilitation, with many options for various disease-specific programs.
Joint Commission reviewers are experts in their area of practice and will collaborate with you to help you spot areas for improvement, offering valuable education on leading practices during the on-site review.
Want to Learn More?
Find out about available certifications, the review process and gain access to valuable resources to help you get started by contacting the certification team.
- What is Certification
- Certifications by Setting
- Explore Eligibility
- Learn the Process
- After your Review
- Certifications without Accreditation