From the Urgent Care Association (UCA) The 2019 Urgent Care Industry white paper is a useful resource for media, urgent care centers, medical professionals, vendors, and anyone interested in learning more...

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The Salary Survey whitepaper asked people in the quality and accreditation field how much they're paid, what their duties are, and much more. 

  • CIHQ receives deeming authority
  • A different route into the accreditation arena
  • FPPE, OPPE, and physician involvement: Communication key to developing optimal practices
  • Salary growth still limited
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  • Surviving Superstorm Sandy: New York hospital uses previous disaster experience to navigate hurricane
  • Drift’s role in preventing infections: How one organization targeted habits and behavior to improve quality of care
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  • Defining the role: A look at survey coordinators and job titles
  • Something to retire to
  • Q&A: Evaluating and clarifying requirements for improvement

This special report includes results from AHAP’s 2012 Accreditation Professional Salary Survey. In it you’ll find a summary of this year’s statistics, as well as salary data broken out for each region of the country, location type (urban, suburban, or rural), and bed size.

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This special report includes results from AHAP’s first benchmarking survey for 2012, Recent Survey Observations and Experiences. This survey follows up on a recent Quarterly Networking Call on the same topic, during which members talked about recent Joint Commission visits, such as what...

  • Economy continues to limit salary growth for accreditation professionals
  • Blanket warmer policies: Appropriate temperatures, evidence-based literature, and updated manufacturer recommendations discussed
  • The multifaceted balancing act of leadership
  • Are surveys becoming more user-friendly?
  • Top-down continuous survey readiness is its own reward for Tampa-based member
  • Autopsy policy, complaint resolution on the top of surveyors’ list of must-sees
  • Connecticut-based healthcare system finds survey success in a
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