The Sepsis Institute will offer training for healthcare professionals across the continuum of care
The following excerpt comes from chapter 6 of the HCPro book, Building a High Reliability Organization: A Toolkit for Success.
Joint Commission–accredited hospitals and CAHs must have a process for requesting an 1135 waiver from CMS
For every additional doctor involved in a patient’s care, patients will stay nearly an extra day in the hospital.
The study found that the CMS rating system does not account for social risk factors (SRF) and as a result, provider organizations could be judged on “social factors outside of their control.”
This article reviews the importance of NPSG.15.01.01, element of performance (EP) 1, which has two separate sections with a very important difference.
Fewer cadavers needed to train for surgical procedures
Critical access hospitals (CAH) accredited by The Joint Commission (TJC) will be expected to implement National Patient Safety Goal (NPSG) standard NPSG.15.01.01 starting July 1, 2020.
The following is a Q&A with two experts at Chicago-based Lumere, a healthcare think tank focused on helping health systems eliminate medical errors and cut unnecessary costs.