What does having The Information Standard quality mark mean?

Organisations that achieve the Information Standard are demonstrating their commitment to trustworthy health and care information as well as providing assurances of the quality of their internal processes.

When you see The Information Standard quality mark on any materials, you can be assured that the organisation has undergone a rigorous assessment and that the information they produce is high quality and people can use it. This will help people to make informed decisions, for themselves and their family, when it comes to considering health and care options.

If you’re looking for trustworthy health or care information, look for The Information Standard quality mark.

Any organisation displaying this mark on their printed and online information has undergone a rigorous assessment to check that the information they produce is clear, accurate and up to date. Many leading information producers such as NHS trusts, local authorities and charities are already members. To see a list of these, please see the certified members’ page.