Free Essays on Joint Commission

  1. Regulatory

    of governmental or other agency such as Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) that governs the health care industry or a particular segment of the industry. In addition, this paper will also identify the Joint Commission on the Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations...

  2. Hcs 430 Week 2

    Compliances September 27, 2010 Instructor Regulatory Agency paper The Joint Commission is an agency that maintains partnership with the government to help improve the standards of health care within the United States. The Joint Commission accredits health care organizations and health care programs by setting...

  3. Hcs430 Week2 Regulatory Agency Paper

    standards of health care seen in the United States is the Joint Commission. The Joint Commission currently evaluates and accredits over an estimated 20,000 health care organizations and programs throughout the United States (The Joint Commission, 2013). The not-for-profit organization ensures patient quality...

  4. The Life Of The Joint CommissionCorrica

     The Life of the Joint Commission Corrica Wrenfro HCS 430 Taryn Zubich Abstract In reading this paper the reader will get an experience of what the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care. The reader will see what the structure of the agency is and how they work towards...

  5. HCS430 Joint Commission

     Joint Commission: Governing Today Health Care Nicole McLaughlin HCS/430 July 13, 2015 Dr. Judith Kaplan Joint Commission: Governing Today Health Care In today’s health care organization, there are constantly changes in the way medical professionals and medical facilities provide individuals with...

  6. The Joint Commission

    The Joint Commission Noelle Cunningham HCS 430 April 15, 2013 Norman Greene The Joint Commission The Joint Commission continually seeks to improve health care for the public (The Joint Commission, 2013). The Joint Commission began in 1910 as an evaluation process called “the end result system...

  7. Joint Commission History

    The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations is a private, not for profit organization established in 1951 to evaluate health care organizations that voluntarily seek accreditation. The Joint Commission evaluates and accredits more than 16,000 health care organizations in the United...

  8. Space Shuttle Challenger

    videotape showed black smoke coming from the bottom field joint of the right solid rocket booster (SRB). The SRB comes in four segments that are assembled. The bottom field joint is the lowest joint on the SRB. The black smoke suggested that grease, joint insulation, and rubber O-rings were being burned. The...

  9. Hospital Accreditation

    The Joint Commission has accredited hospitals for more than 50 years and today it accredits approximately 4,500 general, children's, long term acute, psychiatric, rehabilitation and surgical specialty hospitals, and maintains a unique accreditation program for critical access hospitals. The Joint Commission...

  10. Ldwright

    Cathy Johnson, Hi, my name is Jasmine Anderson and I want to tell the about the Accreditation and Certification of The Joint Commission in healthcare facilities. Joint Commission accreditation can be earned by many types of healthcare organizations, including hospitals, doctors offices, nursing homes...

  11. Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (Jcaho)

    Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) Introduction JCAHO is an abbreviation for Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations is a non-for-profit organization that seeks to continuously improve the safety and quality of care provided to the public through...

  12. Regulatory Agency

    seeking health care services. The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations otherwise known as JCAHO is a regulatory agency. The JCAHO “conducts periodic on-site surveys to verify that an accredited organization substantially complies with Joint Commission standards and continuously makes...

  13. Hcs466 Matrix

    circumstances, |ADA assures that adaptive |their leading edges at or below| |specialized equipment, facility|Opportunity Commission under | | |discrimination based on |equipment is available for |27" may protrude any amount. |People with disabilities must...

  14. Jointcommission

     Joint Commission, National Patient Goals and Risk Reduction Strategies Brandon Cornett University of West Florida Joint Commission, National Patient Goals and Risk Reduction Strategies The Joint Commission is an organization that has set the bar for standards in health care. It was founded...

  15. Accreditation

    such as the National Committee for Quality Assurance (NCQA), the American Accreditation HealthCare Commission (AAHCC), the Medical Quality Commission (MQC)., and the Utilization Review Accreditation Commission (URAC) offer accreditation programs to managed care organizations within the United States. These...

  16. History of Education in India

    continued till 1976, when the education became a joint responsibility of the state and the Centre. [edit] Education Commission The Education Commission under the Chairmanship of Dr. D. S. Kothari, the then Chairman, University Grants Commission, began its task on October 2,1964. It consisted of...

  17. Regulatory Agency

    cohesive. The Agency’s Structure “The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations is a private, not for profit organization established in 1951 to evaluate health care organizations that voluntarily seek accreditation. The Joint Commissions evaluates the accredits more than 16,000...

  18. The Life of the Joint CommissionCorrica

     The Life of the Joint Commission Corrica Wrenfro HCS 430 Taryn Zubich Abstract In reading this paper the reader will get an experience of what the Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health Care. The reader will see what the structure of the agency is and how they work towards...

  19. The Joint Commission

    http://www.jointcommission.org/ The Joint Commission was founded in 1951 with the intent to improve health care for the public. Today, they are responsible for accrediting more than 20,000 health care organizations across the country. There are 32 members that make up the governing board. They...

  20. Accreditation Audit, AFT2, Task 1

    A. Compliance Status (Quality Improvement, Expertise and Activities) The Nightingale Joint Commission report addresses some areas that need improvement and indicates a lack of communication and knowledge of written policies in place. The use of abbreviations in the medical record, number of...

  21. Joint Commission on Accredidation of Healthcare Organizations

    participation requirements– the Joint Commission, the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), or the state certification agencies [1]. More than 80% hospitals in the country voluntarily use the Joint Commission for accreditation purposes. Majority of US hospitals use Joint Commission because it has deemed...

  22. End Result Idea

    End Result Idea Tara LeNoir HCS/212 April 8, 2013 Brenda Young End Result Idea Joint Commission on Accreditation of Health care Organization formed around an idea by Ernest A. Codman, MD, FACS. Doctor Codman’s idea “was simply the premise that hospital staffs would follow every...

  23. Hcs/451 Health Care Quality Management and Outcomes Analysis

    organizations to see where we rank. Strategic goals established by The Joint Commission and initiatives by CMS will help improve overall performance. The Joint Commission has targeted solution tools (TST) applicable to the Joint Commission standards and National Patient Safety Goals covering; value-based...

  24. miss

    Topic: Describe a recent innovation, and discuss its social and economic impacts Joint Replacement Surgery Nowadays, with increasing incomes there is also a greater expectation for good quality health services. As the result, new medical innovations are demanded. According to Lichtenberg (2013)...

  25. Regulatory Agency Paper

    Regulatory Agency Paper Student HCS/430 Date Instructor Regulatory Agency Paper This paper will discuss how the Joint Commission Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) was founded. The accreditation of health care organizations across the nation is attributed...

  26. AFT2 Task 1

    these values, NCH submits to periodic surveys by The Joint Commission, an independent, not-for-profit organization. The Joint Commission accredits and certifies more than 20,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation and certification is recognized nationwide...

  27. Week 2 - Regulatory Agency Paper

    Paper The Joint Commission (TJC) is the nation's oldest and largest accrediting body in health care that sets the standards for quality care. It is a non-profit and independent organization that surveys and accredits more than 20,000 healthcare organizations in the United States. Joint Commission accreditation...

  28. Health care Segment Agency Paper

    Ruth HCS/430 University Of Phoenix Lena Walker January 30, 2014 Health care segment agency such as Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO) was an organizational group created with many professionals among various sequestered healthcare...

  29. The Joint Commission

    6/9/2013 The Joint Commission has a list of national patient safety goals were set in place to guide improvements in safety of patients and to help highlight any problem areas within the healthcare systems regarding patient’s safety (The Joint Commission, 2013). The goals created for...

  30. Joint Commission- National Patient Safety Goals

    Joint Commission- National Patient Safety Goals Kathy Linkous University of West Florida Joint Commission- National Patient Safety Goals The Joint Commission focuses on certain goals each year. For patient safety and positive outcomes, hospitals are required to follow certain standards. National...