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Treatments And JCI Qualıty Standarts

As Next New Steps, one of our priority service criterias is to serve our patients in a way that keeps the quality standards at the highest level. For this purpose, we consider the existence of JCI accreditation important in all our centers that we serve.

JCI stands for Joint Commission International, which is an organization that provides accreditation to healthcare organizations worldwide. JCI sets international standards for patient care and safety, and organizations that are accredited by JCI are recognized for their commitment to quality healthcare.

To be granted a JCI accreditation, healthcare organizations must meet a set of rigorous criteria. These criteria cover a wide range of areas, including.

  • Patient safety,
  • Infection control,
  • Medication management,
  • Clinical governance,
  • Patient and family education,
  • Staff training and leadership.

Our centers demonstrate compliance with these standards through on-site surveys by JCI-trained surveyors.

It is important for us to be JCI accredited because it demonstrates our commitment to providing high-quality, safe, and patient-centered care. It also provides a competitive advantage in the healthcare market, as our patients are increasingly seeking out accredited organizations for their care.

JCI accreditation works in our business process by providing a framework for continuous quality improvement. Our centers undergo regular re-accreditation surveys, which encourage ongoing quality improvement and help organizations to identify areas for improvement.

The value of JCI accreditation for our patients is significant. Because our centers are recognized for our commitment to patient safety and quality of care. Patients can trust us as and make sure that our centers met rigorous international standards for healthcare services.

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