organizational excellence


• Hospitals

• 1ry Care Centers

• Ambulatory Care Services

• Home Care Centers

• Clinical Laboratories


From the oldest and largest standards-setting and accrediting body in health care in the United States, The Joint Commission, which evaluates more than 20,000 organizations and inspires them to excel in providing safe and effective care comes the Joint Commission International (JCI), its international arm which identifies, measures, and shares best practices in quality and patient safety with the world. JCI provides leadership and innovative solutions to help health care organizations across all settings improve performance and outcomes.

Through a remarkable panel of experts including The Middle East Representative of the JCI Standards Subcommittee and Member on the Editorial Advisory Board of the Joint Commission Journal on Quality and Patient Safety, Dr. Samer Ellahham and a member of the JCI advisory council of The Middle East & North Africa, Dr. Nagwa El Hosseiny, in addition to LHI experts who went into countless times through the JCI accreditation process, LHI will be pleased to help you through this remarkable challenge.


Accreditation Canada is an independent, not-for-profit organization that has been accrediting health care and social services organizations in Canada and around the world for more than 55 years. Its comprehensive accreditation programs foster ongoing quality improvement through evidence-based standards and a rigorous external peer review. Through Accreditation Canada International (ACI), Accreditation Canada is bringing a range of leading-edge programs and services to improve the quality of health services and patient safety internationally. , LHI will be pleased to help you through this remarkable challenge.


The Saudi Central Board for Accreditation of Healthcare Institutions is the official body that is authorized to grant quality certification for all government and private healthcare institutions operating in Saudi Arabia. CBAHI emerged from the Health Services Council, and is a non-profit body. Its primary purpose is to assess healthcare institutions and determine the extent of their compliance with quality and safety in regard to patient standards which have been designed by CBAHI for this purpose. LHI will be pleased to help you through this remarkable challenge.


In July 2007 the Egyptian accreditation standards for Hospital, Ambulatory Clinics and Primary Health Care were accredited by The International Society for Quality in Health Care (ISQua) – the “Accreditors of the Accreditors” and hospital standards was reaccredited in April 2013. Egypt is the first Middle Eastern country to achieve ISQua Accreditation of its standards. These standards provide both a significant challenge and a clear roadmap for everyone to work collaboratively to improve the quality of performance in healthcare facilities. LHI will be pleased to help you through this remarkable challenge.


Particular requirements for quality and competence specifies the quality management system requirements particular to medical laboratories. The standard was developed by the International Organisation for Standardization’s Technical Committee 212 (ISO/TC 212). ISO/TC 212 assigned ISO 15189 to a working group to prepare the standard based on the details of ISO/IEC 17025:1999 General requirements for the competence of testing and calibration laboratories. This working group included provision of advice to users of the laboratory service, the collection of patient samples, the interpretation of test results, acceptable turnaround times, how testing is to be provided in a medical emergency and the lab’s role in the education and training of health care staff.


CARF’s mission is to provide accreditation standards and surveyors for organizations working in the human services field worldwide. Among the many areas of practice represented in the CARF standards are aging services; behavioral health, which includes psychosocial rehabilitation and assertive community treatment; child and youth services; DMEPOS; employment and community services; medical rehabilitation; and opioid treatment programs.


Logistics can provide all the courses listed under “long & short courses” tabs as package training for organizations willing to offer these opportunities for large numbers of their employees as mass training. The courses rates will be less than the regular individual rates…feel free to contact our information desk anytime to ask about the organizational package training offers.

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