Accreditation Services

 

Magnet® Recognition Preparation*

The Magnet Recognition Program® acknowledges healthcare organizations for patient care quality, nursing excellence and professional nursing practice innovations. Developed by the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC), Magnet® is the leading source of successful nursing practices and strategies worldwide.

University Medical Center of Princeton is one of only 400 hospitals in the world with Magnet® designation. PHI can execute a plan to guide your organization through the ANCC’s designation process.

Examples of services include:

  • Assessing your facility’s eligibility and readiness to submit for Magnet® Recognition
  • Identifying tasks and resources needed for a successful document submission
  • Reviewing the designation strategy with organization leadership to ensure support from key stakeholders
  • Creating an actionable plan for implementation and providing systems and training to achieve designation
  • Guiding the development of supporting documentation and facilitating documentation submission
  • Preparing and supporting your hospital for the Magnet® site visit

 

Joint Commission International® Accreditation Preparation**

The Joint Commission® is an independent, nonprofit international body that oversees the safety and quality of health care and other services provided in accredited organizations. The Joint Commission® recognized Princeton HealthCare System as a Top Performer on Key Quality Measures®.

Benefits of Joint Commission® accreditation include:

  • Improving the quality of patient care by reducing variation in clinical processes
  • Providing a framework for program structure and management
  • Providing an objective assessment of clinical excellence
  • Creating a loyal, cohesive clinical team
  • Promoting a culture of excellence across the organization
  • Strengthening community confidence in the quality and safety of care, treatment and services
Examples of services include:
  • Establishing a collaborative care model to enable the health care team to manage safety and quality-of-care initiatives
  • Integrating patient safety systems and processes including adverse event and emergency management
  • Establishing credentialing and privileging program for medical staff and allied health professionals
  • Establishing and managing the accreditation preparation process
  • Conducting mock surveys and evaluating survey readiness

 

* Princeton Health International is not affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by The Joint Commission®, Joint Commission’s Top Performer on Key Quality Measures® program or the owners of the trademark The Joint Commission®.

** Princeton Health International is not affiliated with, endorsed or sponsored by the Magnet Recognition Program®, American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) or the owners of Magnet®.