Don’t miss out on Behavioral Health Care and Human Services Accreditation Webinar Series now available On-Demand as a series of prerecorded videos! This webinar has the latest and most up-to-date information focused on standards found in the in the Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Behavioral Health Care and Human Services (CAMBHC) and is intended for those units and organizations surveyed under these standards. Join your peers to hear the latest surrounding BHC standards and survey process while earning continuing education credits. Our faculty include Joint Commission Behavioral Health Care Surveyors, JCR Consultants, and other Joint Commission Enterprise professionals from the Standards Interpretation Group (SIG). The content for this series will walk through each chapter of the CAMBHC including any changes coming, standards, elements of performance, challenging standards, and survey tips and best practices for implementation. Be in the know and be prepared through this 11-part webinar series.
At the end of the program, the participant will be able to:
1. Discuss CAMBHC standards as they apply to your organization
2. Discuss strategies to meet those standards identified as challenging in 2021
3. Identify anticipated changes in standards or survey process
This activity is relevant to anyone providing care across the behavioral health care setting, but intended especially for: organization leaders, risk managers, supervisors, social workers, nurses, counselors, and staff responsible for quality improvement, patient safety, and risk management initiatives in addition to psychiatric and acute care staff of addiction and opioid treatment programs. For questions about what standards manual applies to your organization, please contact your Joint Commission Account Executive.
To participate, you can watch the recordings any time after the premiere date. Refer to the Webinar Schedule for details.
Access to the content will be available until August 23, 2023.
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