Quality and Safety Network (JCRQSN)
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2021 JCR Quality and Safety Network (JCRQSN)

SKU# JCRQSN21

Registering for JCRQSN, allows you to participate in 8, 60-minute video programs, featuring Joint Commission experts illustrating mock surveys, risk assessments, environment of care, medication safety, infection control and other concepts, methods and techniques.


You will also hear from several hospitals faced with patient safety challenges, and how they worked to help improve care. Each program is recorded and made available to watch on-demand 24/7.


Session Topics

  • ORYX® Performance Measurement Program: An Update
  • Sentinel Event Issues: Improving Root Cause Analyses and Actions to Prevent Harm
  • Emergency Preparedness: The Need for Continuity of Operations Planning
  • Infection Control: Preventing Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs)
  • An Update on Patient Flow
  • Medical Staff Issues: Overcoming FPPE and OPPE Challenges
  • National Patent Safety Goals: A Focus on Current Issues
  • Complying with the Most Challenging Joint Commission Standards


JCR Quality and Safety Network is an educational offering designed for unlimited use at one facility only. Special healthcare system discounts are available upon request. Call Customer Service at 877.223.6866, option 1 or via email at jcrcustomerservice@pbd.com.

$2,950.00
Product Description

Product Description


In this series, experts educate you about Joint Commission-related requirements and help you assess your organization’s compliance. This program also focuses on The Joint Commission's accreditation process, as well as details on survey activities, sample tracers to address hospital priority focus areas and clinical/service groups, and sample survey agendas. 


These 60-minute programs features experts illustrating mock surveys, risk assessments, environment of care, medication safety, infection control and other Joint Commission concepts, methods and techniques. You will also hear from several hospitals faced with patient safety challenges, and how they worked to help improve care.


Objectives

After completing this activity, the participant should be able to:

  • 1. Identify The Joint Commission standards for hospitals
  • 2. Identify common compliance issues related to The Joint Commission 
  • 3. Discuss strategies to stay in compliance with The Joint Commission 


Intended Audience

This activity is relevant to hospital accreditation and state compliance leaders, including clinical and regulatory professionals, risk managers, human resources and patient safety professionals, medical staff, nursing staff, and others involved in evaluating individual performance.

Schedule

Schedule


All sessions air on Thursday at 1:00 pm CT.


Premier Date    Topic
January 21, 2021    ORYX® Performance Measurement Program: An Update
February 18, 2021    Sentinel Event Issues: Improving Root Cause Analyses and Actions to Prevent Harm
April 22, 2021    Emergency Preparedness: The Need for Continuity of Operations Planning
May 20, 2021    Infection Control: Preventing Hospital Acquired Infections (HAIs)
July 22, 2021    An Update on Patient Flow
August 19, 2021    Medical Staff Issues: Overcoming FPPE and OPPE Challenges
October 21, 2021    National Patent Safety Goals: A Focus on Current Issues
November 18, 2021    Complying with the Most Challenging Joint Commission Standards

 

Faculty

Faculty

Joint Commission Surveyors:


Lew Soloff, MD
Physician Surveyor
The Joint Commission


Burton L. Thelander, RN, MS, NE-BC
Nurse Surveyor
The Joint Commission
Performance Improvement Specialist, NYU – Langone Hospitals


Joint Commission Resources Consultants:


Jeannell M. Mansur, RPh, PharmD, FASHP, FSMSO, CJCP
Principal Consultant, Medication Management and Safety
Joint Commission Resources
Joint Commission International


Laurel McCourt, MD, ABFM, CJCP
Physician Consultant
Joint Commission Resources


Joint Commission Central Office:


David W. Baker, MD, MPH, FACP
Executive Vice President
Division of Health Care Quality Evaluation The Joint Commission


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


External Experts:


Janet Kraus RNC, MSN, RNC, LCCE, CJCP
Senior Director of Accreditation and Standards
Office of Regulatory Affairs
NYU Langone Health

 

Continuing Education

Continuing Education


Before registering for a program check for updates from your state, county or city on a regular basis to make sure it will be acceptable for your license/certification renewal.


Summary of Continuing Education contact hours awarded for this program:

  • ANCC: 1 CE for each session
  • ACHE: 1 CE for each session
  • ACPE: 1 CE for each select* session only
  • CJCP: 1 Credit hour towards recertification for each session


*JCRQSN ACPE sessions: Discharge Planning (CMS), Reducing Hospital Readmissions, Medication Management, and Sentinel Event Issues: How to Prevent Harm.


Learn more about continuing education below.

Read more about Continuing Education

 

Payment Options

Payment Options


All Joint Commission Resources products require pre-payment. For your convenience, if you do not have a credit card available, we offer a sales quote/proforma invoice option to assist with initiating your payment.


To take advantage of this option:

  1. 1. Choose your item(s) and add them to your shopping cart. Select "Proceed to Secure Checkout or Create Proforma Invoice."
  2. 2. Enter your billing and shipping details. Select "Continue."
  3. 3. The next screen will be a full summary of your order.
  4. 4. On the bottom right, there is a section titled "Create Proforma Invoice."
  5. 5. Click the "Proforma Invoice" button. (See image below.) 
  6. 6. Within 5 minutes, a sales quote will be sent to your email address with details about how to complete a check or wire transfer payment.


Or contact Customer Service at 877.223.6866, option 1 (+1 770 238 0454 outside the US) or via email at jcrcustomerservice@pbd.com to have a proforma invoice created and emailed directly to you.

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