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COVID-19 Resources for Home and Community-Based Organizations
Thank you to all home and community-based caregivers and staff members for the crucial role you play in the lives of your patients, residents and community. Here are resources to support you during this pandemic.
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Redefine Quality in Home Care
Joint Commission accreditation is not just for hospitals. For more than 25 years, we’ve helped home care organizations transform their practices by meeting and exceeding rigorous performance standards.
Learn more about the home care accreditation program such as eligibility, accreditation options, process and pricing. Then, assess your organization’s readiness to apply by reviewing our performance standards.
Accreditation and certification are important accomplishments to achieve and we are here to help your organization throughout the entire process. Whether you’re new to the Joint Commission and just starting on your journey, or you are looking for guidance after your survey or review, you’ll have plenty of on-going support.
If you’re pursuing accreditation for the first time, a member of our Business Development team will help you determine if your organization is eligible, explain the process, provide you with access to the accreditation standards and inform you about other helpful resources available to you. Once your application and deposit* has been submitted, an Account Executive will then become your primary, on-going “go to” person to help you through the process before, during and after the survey.