You have requested access to member only content.
Preliminary Denial of Accreditation: Actions, Recovery, and Prevention
When the Joint Commission hands out a Preliminary Denial of Accreditation (PDA) decision, you have a small window to set things right. If you can’t get your hospital to band together to fix the problem, a PDA can cost you your accreditation, reputation, and ability to treat patients. And that’s before CMS gets involved. Join former Joint Commission surveyor Kurt Patton, MS, RPh, this December as he reviews how you might get a PDA, what you can do about it, and what surveyors will expect during their follow-up.
This is an excerpt from members-only content. Please log in or become a member to access the full content.
Please Log In
Unable to log in?
Click here to reset your password or unlock your account.
Forgot your username?
Contact customer care at email@example.com or call 800-727-5257, between 8 AM - 5 PM CT
Not a member? Let's fix that!
A membership to Accreditation and Quality Compliance Center provides accreditation and safety professionals with a collection of continuously updated tools, best-practice strategies, and compliance tips developed by industry experts. With two membership options, you can customize your access level depending on your education and training needs.
Register to access the free content available on the site or become a member today. Click here for more information.
For questions and support, please call customer service: 1-800-650-6787.