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HFAP report outlines deficiencies in CAH, acute care hospitals
The following is a summary rundown of the top clinical deficiencies for acute care and critical access hospitals surveyed in 2020 by HFAP, as outlined in the accrediting organization’s 2021 HFAP Quality Review. There is also a summary of selected deficiencies in emergency management, physical environment, and life safety at acute care and critical access hospitals. These summaries include the standards, a review of the requirements, the examples of what surveyors found, and HFAP’s tips for compliance, as set out in the report.
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