15 Benefits of Joint Commission Accreditation

Here are 15 benefits of earning accreditation from The Joint Commission:

1. Helps organize and strengthen patient safety efforts.
2. Strengthens community confidence in the quality and safety of care, treatment and services.
3. Provides a competitive edge in the marketplace.
4. Improves risk management and risk reduction.
5. May reduce liability insurance costs.
6. Provides education to improve business operations.
7. Provides professional advice and counsel, thereby enhancing staff education.
8. Provides a customized, intensive review.
9. Enhances staff recruitment and development.
10. Provides deeming authority for Medicare certification.
11. Provides recognition by insurers and other third parties.
12. Provides a framework for organizational structure and management.
13. May fulfill regulatory requirements in select states.
14. Provides practical tools to strengthen or maintain performance excellence.
15. Aligns healthcare organizations with one of the most respected names in healthcare.

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