Accreditation Preparedness for the Joint Commission

Joint Commission accreditation can be earned by many types of health care organizations, including hospitals, doctor’s offices, nursing homes, office-based surgery centers, behavioral health treatment facilities, and providers of home care services. If you are looking to obtain accreditation through The Joint Commission, Cherye Morgan LLC can help you:

  1. Understand the Joint Commission’s standards of accreditation;
  2. Assess your current state of compliance and develop a gap analysis;
  3. Work with your team to plan and implement policy and operational changes; and
  4. Conduct a mock survey and address any findings of noncompliance with TJC standards.

If you had a recent survey with findings, we can help you:

  1. Review the findings and understand the implications;
  2. Prepare you to avoid further findings that impact compliance in the future;
  3. Understand the root causes of findings; and
  4. Develop and implement a mitigation plan.

We can help you:

  1. Understand what is truly required in the short term;
  2. Clarify any future implications as things change;
  3. Distill policies to what is required and necessary;
  4. Develop orientation and training for staff;
  5. Conduct mock surveys throughout your organization; and
  6. Attain a state of continuous survey readiness.