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Favorite Healthcare Staffing Awarded Joint Commission Corporate Certification

Posted Nov 03 2012 6:01am



Favorite Proudly Displays The Joint Commission “Gold Seal of Approval™ for Health Care Staffing Services.

Overland Park, KS (PRWEB) November 02, 2012 - Favorite Healthcare Staffing, Inc. has been awarded Health Care Staffing Services Certification from The Joint Commission. The coveted “Gold Seal of Approval™” signifies enterprise-wide compliance to Joint Commission standards in operations and performance by all branch offices in all lines of business throughout the organization. Favorite has continuously maintained its Certification by The Joint Commission since 2005, shortly after the program was introduced.

According to Michele Sacco, M.S., Executive Director of Health Care Staffing Services Certification for The Joint Commission, “Health care organizations that contract with Favorite Healthcare Staffing can look to Joint Commission certification as an assurance that Favorite demonstrates a commitment to providing and continuously improving quality services.”
Certification was awarded after comprehensive evaluation of Favorite Healthcare Staffing’s key processes, including compliance to national standards, verification procedures for credentials, qualifications and competencies of their healthcare professionals, and assessment of Favorite’s staffing and placement services.
“Exceeding the expectations of our clients, employees and the individuals we serve is the heart of Favorite’s Mission,” says Kathy Perry, President of Favorite Healthcare Staffing. “We proudly display The Joint Commission Gold Seal as a hallmark of Favorite’s commitment to excellence in healthcare staffing and quality healthcare services. Assurance of an organization’s integrity and safety are critical measures in today’s healthcare marketplace. Certification by The Joint Commission recognizes Favorite’s dedication to continuous quality for both our clients and our employees.”
An independent, not-for-profit organization, The Joint Commission is the nation's oldest and largest standard-setting and accrediting body in the health care industry. Through unannounced corporate and branch office on-site visits, The Joint Commission certification process offers an independent, comprehensive evaluation of a staffing firm's abilities to provide qualified and competent staffing services. The Joint Commission’s “Gold Seal of Approval” ensures competency and compliance to standards in the key areas of Leadership, Performance Measurement and Continuous Improvement, Human Resource Management, and Information Management.
ABOUT THE JOINT COMMISSION:  The Joint Commission is the nation's oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care. Founded in 1951, The Joint Commission evaluates and accredits more than 19,000 health care organizations and programs. This independent, not-for-profit organization also provides health care staffing services certification for more than 750 staffing offices in the United States. For more information about The Joint Commission, visit their website at www.jointcommission.org .
ABOUT FAVORITE HEALTHCARE STAFFING:  Since 1981, Favorite Healthcare Staffing has served a wide variety of healthcare organizations, staffing highly trained, top-quality nursing, allied health, and medical professionals in a variety of specialties and settings. As one of the nation’s most sophisticated providers of healthcare professionals and staffing services, Favorite offers nationwide contract, per diem, and direct hire staffing opportunities for healthcare and medical professionals. In addition to tradition staffing, Favorite Healthcare’s comprehensive range of services includes project staffing, disaster relief, EMR conversions and complete vendor management and workforce solutions.
Additional information about Favorite Healthcare Staffing is available at www.FavoriteStaffing.com or by calling 1-800-676-3456.
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