To become certified, your program must meet certain requirements.
- Must be eligible
- Meet the standards
- Follow evidence-based clinical practice guidelines
- Track and report performance measures
- Non-standardized measures – select 4, 2 must be clinical
- Standardized measures – report on Joint Commission required standardized measures for specific programs.
Highest Quality and Safest Care
Through a robust performance improvement program and dedicated staff you can achieve the goal to provide high quality care. Certification helps put a framework in place to guide you on your journey. Find out which certification is right for your clinical program.
Discover how payors are recognizing Joint Commission certifications.
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