This training program will provide information for supervisors and staff observers about restraint and seclusion, ensuring they can meet both the needs of patients and the myriad of rules and regulations, all while keeping staff safe.

This webinar presented by expert speaker Kimberly New, BSN, JD, will explore current trends in drug diversion by healthcare personnel and will address how facilities can develop a straightforward approach to diversion prevention, detection, and response.

 This on-demand webcast features two of the most recognizable names in healthcare security as they discuss ED violence and how you can keep patients and staff safe.

This webinar will include a rundown of the new expectations outlined in Joint Commission FAQs, provide examples of problems identified in actual CMS and Joint Commission surveys, and photos of problems...

Longtime environmentalist and pharmacist Charlotte Smith, RPh, MS, will tell you what...

Stop medical errors, patient harm, and angry surveyors by fixing your patient handoff process. 

Accreditation is a complex topic with multiple branches, specialties, and nuances. New accreditation specialists often come from disparate backgrounds, with huge variations in the type and amount of training (if any) they had before accepting their new role. There’s a steep learning curve...

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...

Suicide prevention, infection control, and life safety problems are dominating today’s surveys as CMS and The Joint Commission crack down on patient safety.

In this three-hour virtual workshop, learn about the hot spots in hospital compliance in such areas as ligature risk, high-level...

Safe storage, handling, injection, and infusion of vaccines can prevent infections, but those practices must be taught to and consistently performed correctly by nurses, pharmacists, and any other healthcare providers who prepare and deliver injectable and infusible medications.

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