International Accreditation Matters

Successful completion of a rigorous accreditation process is a signal to patients that a health care organization has undergone an exacting performance assessment and met a robust series of qualifications in patient safety and quality of care.

Of course, pursuing international accreditation is a big decision. And achieving it is a long process that requires a commitment from your entire organization. Achieving accreditation can equip you with the knowledge and prestige you need to implement proven practices, hire and retain the most qualified medical professionals, and reduce costs.

Sharing our expertise with the world matters. Together Joint Commission International and the other members of our corporate enterprise — The Joint Commission®, The Center for Transforming Healthcare, and Joint Commission Resources® — touch nearly 22,000 health care organizations in more than 100 countries. By sharing our knowledge, we can have a significant impact on the serious public health concerns facing organizations like yours.

Why Choose JCI

When you choose Joint Commission International as your accreditation partner, you are choosing to pursue a commitment to excellence across the spectrum of care that will help attract more patients and elevate your organization into the global elite.

  • JCI shapes best practices and establishes the most rigorous standards to raise the bar on performance.
  • JCI works with thousands of organizations globally, resulting in powerful perspective when it comes to health care quality improvement and patient safety.
  • JCI’s cadre of experts are highly experienced and come from a variety of health care settings and specialties.
  • JCI helps you attract the best who prefer to serve in a workplace committed to health care quality.

JCI-Accredited Organizations

More than 1,000 health care organizations have achieved The Gold Seal of Approval® as JCI-Accredited organizations.