A look at The Joint Commission
Monitoring OR fires to improve patient safety(Comments Off)
The goals of the Preventing Surgical Fires initiative are summarized in this month’s column.
The Joint Commission and the National Quality Forum recognized ACS NSQIP with the Eisenberg Award for the quality improvement benefits it provides to hospitals by evaluating surgical outcomes and identifying areas for improvement.
Steps for developing an effective and safe medication management system at ambulatory surgery centers are summarized in this month’s article.
The Top Performer on Key Quality Measures program is summarized in this month’s column.
This month’s column underscores the importance of Safety Leadership Rounds or WalkRounds to enhance patient safety and develop open lines of communication.
More in this category
- Updated compendium offers strategies to prevent health care-associated infections
- Hospital Engagement Networks target surgical site infections
- The Joint Commission reports increase in robotic surgery-related sentinel events
- JCI can be a resource for patients receiving care abroad
- New draft guideline to prevent SSI
- Renewed awareness of infection control during surgery
- National Time Out Day focuses on every patient, every time
- Physicians play important role in on-site survey process
- Physicians invited to play a larger role in standards process
- Blameless or blameworthy errors: Does your organization make a distinction?
- Action urged to prevent retained surgical items
- Hospitals making improvements in use of evidence-based surgical processes
- Implementation guide offers effective strategies to combat SSIs
- Finding new solutions to hand hygiene problems
- News for physicians from physicians