JCI Accreditation

Joint Commission International (JCI) offers educational programs, publications, advisory services, as well as international accreditation and certification to improve health care quality and safety for patients worldwide. Across more than 100 countries, JCI partners with hospitals, clinics, academic medical centers, government agencies, government ministries, and academia to promote rigorous standards of care and to provide solutions for peak performance.

The Joint Commission accredits eight different kinds of health care providers, including hospitals, academic medical centers, outpatient care centers, clinical laboratories, long-term care facilities, home care providers, medical transport providers, and primary care providers.

Through the JCI Clinical Care Program Certification program, organizations that are JCI-accredited can further demonstrate their dedication to providing quality care to patients in a particular area of expertise.
In order to receive the seal of accreditation, healthcare providers and facilities have to undergo rigorous tests and preparations. Definitely, facilities with these credentials are dedicated to patient safety and care, and they take every step possible to ensure their patients are in a safe and caring environment.

Medical facilities with accreditation offer the best medical talent, modern infrastructure, and cutting-edge technology. The quality benchmarks that they maintain in terms of treatments and services are considered the gold standard in global healthcare. Staff members are provided with continuous training, as well as patient evaluation data, which can be used to make improvements to the organization's performance, treatment outcomes, and patient experience.

How can accreditation benefit the organisation?

Organizations that are accredited are better able to assess, evaluate, and improve the quality of their services; recruit the most skilled clinical staff; provide high-quality health care to the public; and meet regulatory and payment requirements.

Accreditation can directly support these critical elements of the organization by examining the unique needs of the organization and the patients it serves. Accreditation can support the efforts of current organizations on behalf of patients in tangible ways.  


What dose consultants do?

The purpose of a Quality Consultant is to advise organizations on strategies to improve their services.

If you hire an experienced quality consultant, you will be able to design a QMS that yields consistent and reliable results for your customers. With your business objectives in mind, your quality consultant will be able to develop a strategy that will give your company the tools it needs to improve.

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