Accreditation and Certification Preparation
Mock surveys will help prepare you for healthcare accreditation or certification
Test your readiness with mock surveys from Joint Commission Resources
The thought of preparing for an accreditation survey or certification review can often be intimidating. You do your best to keep up on the latest regulatory changes, but may be unsure how well you are meeting collective Joint Commission and CMS expectations. We can help.
Our knowledgeable JCR team of experts understand your challenges and can prepare your team using mock surveys. We actively engage with your entire team, from environmental staff to caregivers and even your executives to promote readiness.
We simulate a realistic on-site experience to prepare your team
Our team of skilled clinical professionals use hands-on methods similar to surveyors. We simulate what you can expect from your actual healthcare accreditation survey or review. Our experts ‘trace’ a patient’s experience to help identify compliance gaps, and areas of strengths and weaknesses.
During a mock survey or certification review, our experts will:
Provide a realistic on-site experience in scope and breadth, which includes daily debriefs.
Give practical guidance on how current efforts will meet Joint Commission or CMS expectations and standards
Help create actionable plans to address gaps and build upon strengths.
Engage staff and promote organizational buy-in for prep efforts
Provide a comprehensive written report post-engagement.
After the mock survey, your team will be more aware of where your efforts stand today and how to address gaps for improvement.
Our experts provide proven best practices
Our team of experts has decades of experience in every health care setting across the continuum, from hospitals, ambulatory care, nursing homes, home care and behavioral health care. We can share proven best practices with your team and assist with your most challenging needs.
The use of Joint Commission Resources (JCR) consulting services is not necessary to obtain a Joint Commission Accreditation award, nor does it influence the granting of such awards.