The Joint Commission Support

We offer you an independent support system to prepare for The Joint Commission surveys, requirement assessments and visits and protect your accreditation. Partnering with your clinical and leadership staff to identify opportunities for improving your quality of care and correcting deficiencies before the TJC surveyors arrive.

During the entire process, we are an independent set of eyes that let you see how well your facility is meeting TJC requirements. BGI’s mock survey teams use professional MDs, PAs, NPs and RNs supported by other clinical and seasoned non-clinical specialists as needed. Seamlessly blending with your staff working collaboratively, we guide your staff through a series of recurring actions and events so they know exactly what to expect and are well prepared when the TJC inspector comes to review their unit.

“Being prepared and organized for an accreditation survey is critical to success."

Facility Experience

  • Hospitals
  • Ambulatory Centers
  • Dialysis Facilities
  • Infusion Centers
  • Radiology Clinics
  • Surgery Centers
  • Outpatient centers
  • & More

Our surveyors can observe & review

  • Patient Care
  • Each TJC standards area
  • Facilities – Inpatient and Outpatient
  • Staff readiness
  • Infection Control and Prevention Practices
  • Documentation
  • Policies and Procedures
  • HIPAA Patient Privacy Requirements
  • Medical staff files, medical credentialing and staff personnel files and more

Download our The Joint Commission Readiness Info Sheet

How We Work

  • Mock surveys that utilize the latest changes and evaluation tools to simulate TJC reviews
  • Tracer methodology is used to follow patients from admission to discharge
  • Mock surveyor Q&A is used to assess and improve your staff’s ability to answer concisely in high stress situations
  • Checklists are created and used for each of the 18 TJC areas
  • Charting review as a second set of eyes to ensure accuracy that all elements are completed, signed, dated and timed
  • Provide guidance, coaching, mentoring and preparation activities
  • Project management and confidential executive advisory helps make sense of the process
  • Apply proven strategies to manage anxieties so the clinical personnel are prepared when the actual surveyor arrives