Articles in Inside Accreditation & Quality - Volume 1 Issue 7
As healthcare organizations become more cognizant of the need to provide support for their staff, the issue of staff burnout is emerging as one to watch.
When mistakes cost lives, and why apologizing is valuable
The deadline is fast approaching for compliance to USP General Chapter <800>: Hazardous Drugs—Handling in Healthcare Settings. Remind your hospital leadership that they are likely to...
Check your training and education goals against this checklist, primarily compiled from hospital standards by The Joint Commission (TJC) as well as other sources.
Find people at your organization who can review your suicide risk reduction policies from a new perspective now that both The Joint Commission (TJC) and CMS have updated expectations.
And don’t be afraid to get leadership involved, because the deficiency or RFI might be on them.