Cultural Competency: It Isn’t Just For Medical Students

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The Joint Commission recently announced that it is “developing accreditation standards for hospitals that will promote , facilitate and advance the provision of culturally competent patient-centered care.”

The Joint Commission, formerly the Joint Commisssion on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, is an accrediting body that evaluates health care facilities based on performance standards.

This new commission initiative is important to medical school, residency and fellowship applicants because it highlights the significance of cultural competency in your medical education and your (future) career.

Click Here to read the Joint Commission plan.

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