A look at The Joint Commission
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This month’s column underscores the challenges related to bullying and workplace violence and its effect on patient care.
This month’s column describes The Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare’s Oro 2.0 High Reliability Organizational Assessment application, which can help organization achieve better outcomes.
The benefits of Patient Blood Management Certification are highlighted in this month’s column.
An update on the Joint Commission’s standards for pain assessment and treatment is provided, along with five misconceptions that are commonly associated with these standards.
Suggestions for effectively using time outs are summarized in this month’s column.
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