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JCI accreditation can be earned by many types of health care organizations, including hospitals, academic medical centers, laboratories, ambulatory care organizations, primary care centers, long term care facilities, medical transport organizations, and providers of home care services.
JCI bases its accreditation and certification fees on several factors, including the volume, type, and complexity of services provided by the organization; the number of locations or care settings included in the survey; and the number of surveyors and survey days required to conduct the evaluation of compliance with JCI standards. Surveyor time for tracing and report preparation are included in the calculated survey days. JCI invoices the organization for any required follow-up surveys and for some organization -initiated survey postponements or cancellations. Inquiries related to estimates of fees should be sent via e-mail using the below button.