2021 Hospital Executive Briefing: On-Demand

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This advanced education event is for healthcare professionals knowledgeable about the TJC standards and accreditation process. Each presentation incorporates tips, solutions and tools, best practices and practical advice that will help you to prepare your hospital for a safer, more compliant 2022. 

This is the recorded version of the latest (September 2021) Hospital Executive Briefing Live Virtual event.

This program is for individual users only. It should not be shared, disseminated, downloaded, or posted for widespread or public use. It is NOT a site license.

Hospital Executive Briefing: Live Virtual Conference - September 14-16, 2021
U.S. Standards
Event Description

Event Description

This is the On-Demand version of the September Hospital Executive Briefing.
Program Availability: October 18, 2021 - March 31, 2022.

Emerging from a period of high-risk challenges, hospitals must continue on the journey to better patient care with zero harm.  Join us at the 2021 Joint Commission Hospital Executive Briefing: On-Demand, as we share data-driven observations, trends, themes and advice based on aggregate survey data and TJC leadership experience.  Learn how healthcare teams who strive to reduce risk, improve safety and enhance quality of care can also achieve cost containment and more resilient workplaces!

Hear from TJC officers and subject matter experts on critical topics, including:

  • Infection Control Update and COVID Recovery
  • Environment of Care, Emergency Management, Life Safety Updates
  • Medication Management Update - including titrations (block charting, compounding)
  • Standards & CoP Update
  • Top scored standards
  • Medical Staff Operations - effective OPPE / FPPE programs, telehealth, bylaws essentials
  • CoP updates, interoperability
  • Leadership – Essentials. Governance, Change Management, Staff Resilience
  • Process Improvement to Prevent Harm
  • Applying Human Factors to Processes
  • Safety Event Analysis
  • Improving Safety Culture
  • RPI Basic Tools
  • Calculating the ROI on Safety
  • Technology Updates - completing CLAR, ESC, SAFER Dashboard, Machine Learning, AI Chatbot
  • The Healthcare Workplace – Inequities and Workplace Violence      

Attendees will learn:

  • How to evaluate your organization’s efforts toward high reliability and zero harm
  • How to identify potential causes of harm and adapt corrective actions to address them
  • New management tools to improve the sustainability of organizational change
  • The latest updates to Joint Commission standards with best practices and tested strategies for improving compliance

Who should attend?

Healthcare professionals knowledgeable about the standards and the accreditation process including:

  • Accreditation Professional
  • Medical Directors
  • Nursing Leaders
  • Physicians
  • RNs
  • Performance Improvement Specialists
  • Risk Managers
  • Regulatory Compliance Professionals
  • Quality Directors and Managers
  • Patient Safety Officers
  • CEOs, Vice Presidents

This program is for individual users only. It should not be shared, disseminated, downloaded, or posted for widespread or public use.

The Joint Commission is a private, not-for-profit  organization dedicated to continuously improving the safety and quality of care provided to the public. Joint Commission Resources, Inc. (JCR), a wholly controlled, not-for-profit affiliate of The Joint Commission, is the official publisher and educator of The Joint Commission.



Click here for agenda (last updated October 1, 2021)

Program Availability: October 18, 2021 - March 31, 2022.


At the conclusion of this program, participants will be able to:

  1. Explain the newest ways The Joint Commission is using technology to provide evidence of standards compliance.
  2. Describe infection prevention and control infrastructure measures to ensure effective disinfection and sterilization processes.
  3. Identify potential causes of harm across their organization based on presented safety strategies, to drive improvement change and results.
  4. Use management tools to improve the sustainability of organizational changes, process improvements and standards compliance.
  5. Analyze their organization’s efforts in addressing diversity, equity, and inclusion, including the pursuit of equitable health care.


Lisa DiBlasi Moorehead, EdD, MSN, RN, CENP
Associate Nurse Executive
The Joint Commission

Sylvia Garcia-Houchins, RN, MBA, CIC
Director, Infection Prevention and Control
Division of Healthcare Improvement
The Joint Commission

Maura Naddy, MSN, RNC-OB, CJCP
Senior Associate Director, SIG Operations and Quality Assurance
The Joint Commission

Emily Wells, CSW, MSW
Project Director
Surveyor Management & Development Accreditation & Certification
The Joint Commission

Ashley Krueger
Director, Strategic Initiatives & Business Operations
The Joint Commission

Robert Campbell, PharmD, BCSCP
Director,  Clinical Standards Interpretation Group
Director, Medication Management
The Joint Commission

Ana Pujols McKee, MD
Executive Vice President and Chief Medical Officer
The Joint Commission

Erin Lawler, MS, CPPS
Human Factors Engineer, Division of Healthcare Improvement
The Joint Commission

Michael King
Associate Director, Strategic Projects
Center for Transforming Healthcare
The Joint Commission

Dawn Allbee, MA, CCMP
Executive Director, Customer Engagement
Center for Transforming Healthcare
The Joint Commision

Herman McKenzie, MBA, CHSP
Director, Department of Engineering 
The Joint Commission

Field Director
The Joint Commission

Christina Cordero
Project Director, Technical, Department of Standards & Survey Methods
The Joint Commission

Continuing Education

Continuing Education

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Summary of Continuing Education contact hours awarded for this program:

  • ACCME: 8.67 CME - AMA PRA Category 1 Credit(s).
  • ANCC: 8.67 CE
  • ACHE: 8.67 CE
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