A look at The Joint Commission
Joint Commission issues alert on violence prevention in the health care workplace(Comments Off on Joint Commission issues alert on violence prevention in the health care workplace)
Factors associated with health workplace violence, including understaffing and unrestricted public access to hospital rooms and clinics, are summarized.
Strategies for achieving health care equity, which contributes to improved surgical outcomes, are outlined.
The ACS and The Joint Commission’s perspectives on the issue of violence prevention, including education, trauma system development, and establishing processes to ensure patient and employee safety, are summarized.
Identifies coping strategies for surgeons who are second victims after an adverse event.
Whenever Joint Commission surveyors observe an individual’s failure to perform hand hygiene in the process of direct patient care they now must cite the incident as a deficiency.
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