Attendees will have access to program materials through the Learning Management System: August 1, 2022 - August 1, 2023
This seminar, recorded at the April live event, will provide you with practical solutions and implementation tips to help you set the stage for continuous readiness and build a framework to deliver the highest level of patient safety and care. Not only does this program present challenging ambulatory care standards, it offers ideas and solutions. A variety of issues related to compliance with infection control and safe medication handling expectations in both primary and specialty care settings will be discussed. You will learn compliance strategies and tips related to Ambulatory Heath Care Accreditation standards and processes of The Joint Commission.
Identify a hot topic in The Joint Commission survey process.
Translate the changes related to The Joint Commission’s standards and survey process into your organization’s ongoing survey readiness activities.
Discuss at least two National Patient Safety Goals of The Joint Commission.
Recall compliance tips related to the Environment of Care, Emergency Management and/or Life Safety Code standards, as it applies to your ambulatory setting.
Implement strategies for complying with new and challenging standards in your practice setting(s).
RNs, Physicians, and other clinicians and non-clinicians like Administrators, Risk Managers, Facility Managers, Patient Safety Officers, etc., who may direct, coordinate and/or implement processes for compliance with Ambulatory Heath Care Accreditation survey and/or standard processes, as warranted by their job description and/or job responsibilities. They may work in these types of Ambulatory Heath Care Settings: Ambulatory surgery, community health, dental settings, primary care, office-based surgery, diagnostic imaging, telehealth, convenient care, urgent care, kidney care, sleep services or other ambulatory care settings.
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.