Joint Accreditation Policy Regarding Inquiries and Allegations of Noncompliance that Arise Outside of the Accreditation Process 

Updated March 2022

Joint Accreditation has a multitiered accreditation process for evaluating a provider’s compliance with Joint Accreditation’s rules. As an additional safeguard, this policy  is implemented in response to concerns about providers’ compliance with Joint Accreditation’s rules that arise outside of the accreditation process. This policy is effective with regards to proceedings for which a Notice of Inquiry or a Notice of Immediate Suspension is sent by Joint Accreditation on or after March 31, 2022View the policy and download the PDF here.

To submit a complaint, please send your concerns via email to In your message, please be sure to include your name, your contact information, the name of the jointly accredited provider about which you wish to submit a complaint, the Joint Accreditation requirements or policies you believe not to be in compliance, and a description of your concerns.