Accreditation and Certification are a way of evaluating quality and safety in your organization. It is an audit of the processes that help you deliver high quality patient care.
Accreditation and Certification is a continuous process, providing insight into your organization’s daily operations and systems.
The unannounced survey/review is a validation of your organization’s continuous improvement efforts.
Accreditation/certification is recognized nationally as The Gold Seal of Approval® in health care.
Your organization has undergone an unannounced, thorough on-site review of the quality and safety of care being provided and is committed to continuously meeting rigorous national standards. The conclusion of the on-site survey is a validation of the work to continuously comply with The Joint Commission's nationally developed standards.
Your organization is committed to continuous improvement and delivering safe, high quality care.
Ongoing compliance with Joint Commission standards results in sound management practices in the day-to-day delivery of safe, high quality care and give examples. In fact, The Joint Commission serves as an independent audit of your organization’s commitment to continuous quality improvement.
Detail your organization’s full compliance with particular areas of the process, such as challenging standards, or your organization’s level of compliance with the standards.
Your organization is focused on continuous standards compliance and is committed to maintaining care processes for patients, residents, or clients that are safe and that meet high quality standards.
Staff involvement in the process was vital to the success of the on-site visit because the tracer methodology focuses on the direct care of the patient, resident or client.