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Joint Accreditation Requirements

By the Team & For the Team

Providers of continuing education for the healthcare team build bridges with other stakeholders through collaboration and cooperation within a framework for quality improvement by planning, offering and evaluating education for teams comprised of 2 or more healthcare professionals.

The goal of this education is to address the professional practice gaps of the healthcare team using an educational planning process that reflects input from those healthcare professionals who make up the team. The education is designed to change the skills/strategy, performance, or patient outcomes of the healthcare team.

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To be jointly accredited, follow these requirements:

Joint Accreditation offers an additional option for continuing education providers.

Organizations that are accredited separately can also produce education for healthcare teams, and organizations that are awarded Joint Accreditation can also produce education that is specific to a single profession.

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