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Joint Commission International recognizes the incredible challenge that health care organizations and front-line workers face with the COVID-19 crisis.

Our goal in creating this resource page is to support health care professionals and organizations on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic. The situation is changing rapidly, and recommendations have been changing with similar speed. We also know everyone is facing a deluge of information. Therefore, we are trying to provide only the information that best meets the needs of health care workers and leaders. We will continue to update this library of internal and external resources for our customers and the public. If you have other questions, need other resources, or have leading practices you would like to share, please visit our contact us page.

Evidence-Based Resources

Joint Commission International Webinar

Global Communicable Diseases - Are You Ready?


We have compiled a list of the most frequently asked questions (FAQs) we've received from various channels on the Coronavirus and other global communicable diseases.

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