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Safe Health Design Services

Improve Safety and Accelerate JCI Accreditation in New Construction

When you are planning new construction, two major safety questions arise: Will the new building meet leading practices in safety and quality? Will my staff be ready for JCI accreditation as quickly as possible after occupancy?

The answer to both questions can be a resounding “Yes!” with help from Joint Commission International (JCI). JCI Safe Health Design Services deliver a unified solution toward building a patient-safe facility and earning JCI’s Gold Seal of Approval®

Begin JCI accreditation preparation early – at the design stage – so your team can make upfront safety and quality decisions to avoid risks, expensive errors, and accreditation delays while setting a clear path toward JCI accreditation. Our Safe Health Design approach is adaptable to large or small campuses and is directed by a team of clinical, infection control, and facility safety experts from JCI.

Benefits of JCI Safe Health Design Services:

  • Reduce risks with leading evidence-based design practices
  • Helps save money by avoiding design errors or omissions and rework
  • Helps accelerate your path to JCI accreditation
  • Identify opportunities for improved patient care and greater efficiency

View the 'Safe Health Design™ fact sheet' (PDF) for more information on this service. 

Case Study

Client

Replacement facility for urban multihospital system in the Middle East

Engagement

Safe Health Design consultants were involved in all project phases including: design  review, process revisions for safety and efficiency, preparation for occupancy, and initiation of the JCI accreditation process.

Outcomes

Solutions covered a wide array of areas, including design of:

  • Disinfection system to meet standards for safe care and accreditation
  • Improved patient flow in obstetrics, NICU, ICU, emergency department, and surgery
  • Patient- and family-centered care elements to meet the hospital’s strategic goals
  • Bariatric care to meet special service needs
  • Processes to reduce inefficiencies
  • Simulation model for pre-occupancy testing
  • Quality planning materials for accreditation

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