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Joint Commission Will Not Accept COLA Accreditation

COLA says it is ‘surprised and disappointed’ by the decision, which has a two-year phaseout

CEO SUMMARY: This may be a first in the 40-year history of CLIA accreditation of clinical laboratories. The Joint Commission (TJC) announced it will no longer recognize COLA’s laboratory accreditation program within “TJC-accredited facilities,” effective Jan 1, 2023. COLA-accredited labs within TJC-inspected facilities have two years to switch their CLIA accreditation provider. The reasons behind …

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