The Joint Commission
April 15, 2013
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...
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...
participation requirements– the Joint Commission, the American Osteopathic Association (AOA), or the state certification agencies . 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...
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JCAHO)
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...
Joint Commission- National Patient Safety Goals
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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...
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and benefits plan, and a performance appraisal.
Write a six to eight (6-8) page paper in which you:
1. Examine a significant way that the Joint Commission has influenced the basic functions of HRM and predict the likely impact of the policies and procedures at the your acute hospital. Provide support...
Running Head: INFORMATION MANAGEMENT AUDIT 1
Nightingale Community Hospital is preparing for a Joint Commission on Accreditation of
Healthcare Organizations, or JCAHO, audit. In preparation of the coming audit, Nightingale has released JCAHO’s Priority Focus Areas for the...
focus area of communication, namely the standard UP.01.01.01 which is named the “Conduct a Pre-procedure Verification Process” as noted by the Joint Commission standards.
A.2. The primary area of focus I chose to review was the communication aspect. I feel that communication is vital in any business...
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...
and were spelt out in full.
Nightingale uses standardized terminology, definitions, abbreviations, acronyms, symbols, and dose designations (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, 2015). Another document that included NPSG data stated otherwise. It showed that at different points...
between disclosure and litigation?
1. The Joint Commission accredits 82% of the hospitals in the United States. Sollecito & Johnson, 2013, p. 516.
2. What expectations does the Joint Commission have with regards to the condition you selected?
3. How is it assessed...
Select one of the following organizations and the associated quality improvement initiative:
a. The Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals
b. Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services Never Events
Describe the overarching goal of the initiative. Describe...
Joint Commission is dedicated to ensuring the continuous improvement with regulatory compliance. Accreditation offers reassurance to patients, staff and visitors that the healthcare facility has met and exceeded standards in providing quality care. Nightingale Community Hospital, utilized a periodic...
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...
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success. The Joint Commission is an organization which requires that the health care industry provides and maintains a safe environment for patients. If the health care industry does not have good leadership, the industry will suffer the consequences and not meet standards. The Joint Commission on the Accreditation...
Directive (84/253/EEC)came to enrich the field.
During 1990s, several factors led auditing again to the attention of the European Commission. In 1996, the European Commission published a Green Paper on ‘The Role, the Position and the Liability of the Statutory Auditor within the European Union’ and organized...
Nightingale Community Hospital: Patient Tracer Summary
Nightingale Community Hospital utilizes a tracer methodology adapted from The Joint Commission to review patient charts weekly. The tracer method provides a precise appraisal of programs and methods for delivery of care and services. A...
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linguistically and appropriate services have already been incorporated as part of the policies for JACHO's accreditation. JACHO stands for The Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations (JACHO), an independent non-profit organization that had been promoting health policy regulations...
As reviewing the Joint Commission, I learned a lot of information that I didn’t know. Joint Commission accreditation can be earned by many types of health care organizations, including hospitals, doctor’s offices, nursing homes, office based surgery centers, behavioral health...
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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)...
mission to put the patient first, the hospital must meet National Patient Safety standards established by the hospital in accordance with the Joint Commission. As such, Nightingale Hospital participates in the Surgical Infection Prevention Program for the collection of core measures as it pertains to...
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...
The National Patient Safety Goals (NPSGs) program was introduced by The Joint Commission in 2002. The public became concerned about patient safety after the Institute of Medicine’s (IOM) publication of To Err Is Human: Building a Safer Health System. This publication made Americans aware that patient...
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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...
available. No one at Middlefield Hospital is assigned to manage these contracts or maintain ongoing relationships with managed care companies. The Joint Commission survey is scheduled for next year, and there are significant problems with the hospital’s quality improvement program. The health plan offered...
an EEO-1 report?
When the court system interprets previous legal decisions with respect to a case, they create:
What type of action has the Joint Commission initiated against workplace bullying?
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The Joint Commission is scheduled to visit Nightingale Community Hospital for its triennial accreditation survey within the next 13 months. The purpose of this document is to provide senior leadership with an outline of the hospital’s current compliance status in the Priority Focus...
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Chapter. No. PARTIULARS PAGE NO.
1.1 What is joint venture
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2. How to get a JV started
2.1 Government approvals
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Monopolistically structured JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations)
I chose the monopolistically structured JCAHO (Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations). They are the only organization that determines whether hospitals or medical facilities are...
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...
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Joint Commission certification is a difficult and time-consuming event that numerous hospitals encounter on a routine basis. Among criteria for certification and recertification are review of items like infection rates and patient satisfaction (The Joint Commission, 2013). Among hospitals...
14. When the court system interprets previous legal decisions with respect to a case, they create:
15. What type of action has the Joint Commission initiated against workplace bullying?
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6 lecture will be utilize. The week 6 lecture is about measuring the quality of healthcare services. The Quality Improvement Indicator and The Joint Commission are going to be selected as part of my learned concepts.
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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...
• There has been no accountability for significant pending risk management projects, including SOX implementation and the joint commission review.
• Industry analysts have taken notice of these issues.
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The 12th amendment to the Constitution stated that the president of the Senate would open and count the election certificates before a joint session of Congress. It did not, however, say anything about how contested results would be determined. With the death of Vice-President Henry Wilson...
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The Global Joint Venture Partnerships in Pharma, Biotech and Diagnostics report provides comprehensive understanding and unprecedented access to the joint venture partnering agreements entered into by the worlds leading healthcare companies...
ego that far exceed their capabilities and capacity to safeguard the United States. Currently, Executive oversight and the publications of the 9/11 Commission Report and the Intelligence Reform and Terrorism Prevention Act (IRTPA) of 2004, along with the ongoing and lengthy wars in Afghanistan and Iraq...
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...
triennial Joint Commission survey which is expected in approximately 13 months. The Joint Commission primary focus areas for NCH are Information Management, Medication Management, Communication, and Infection Control. The primary focus area outlined in this summary is Communication.
The Joint Commission...
(sentinel event) as it happened in nightingale hospital. It will include documentation and details regarding a root cause of this problem. The Joint Commission requires the hospital to come up with the corrective plan which will prevent such incidences happening in the future. tract
A1. Sentinel Event
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HLT-313v Week 3 Topic 3 Discussion 2
The Joint Commission launched the National Patient Safety Goals in 2003. Many years have now passed since the inception of these goals. How has the overall focus of...
perform a self-evaluation using a periodic performance review (PPR) which is a set of standards applicable to most healthcare organizations. The Joint Commission conducts either biannual or triennial surveys to audit the hospital performance. NCH is currently preparing for their biannual Audit.
be the hospital of choice for patients and mission is to create a healing environment, with a passionate commitment to healthcare excellence. Joint Commission gives us guidelines and standards in order for us to keep providing quality care alongside with our values in safety, community, teamwork, and...
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...
Accreditation Standards Compliance
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The Joint Commission began using tracer methodology in 2004. This tool provides a view of the patient’s experience with care, treatment, and services. The patient’s stay is not just seen on one unit on one day...
June 21, 2012
RAFT Task 1
Executive Summary for Joint Commission Standards Compliance
Nightingale Community Hospital provides leadership in quality health services. We also provide compassionate and cost-effective service in the lines of treatment and prevention.
Our vision is to be the hospital...
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Q6. Why is the word memorandum affixed to the Memorandum Joint Venture Account ?
Answer: Word memorandum affixed to the memorandum joint venture account because a joint venture account is prepared but not as a part of accounts. It is an alternative method when all...
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...
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and implement cooperative programs and other compatible measures, and assign special
responsibilities and functions to the International Joint Commission;
RECOGNIZING that, while the Parties are responsible for decision-making under this
Agreement, the involvement and participation of State and...
The Nightingale Hospital is 13 months away from our next Joint Commission inspection.
Although the overall state of compliance for the organization is good, there are several areas that have been identified as “Priority Focus Areas” due to a past history of nonconformities. All these areas are related...
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...
realize. The other solution was to enter the European market. Three alternatives were mentioned to enter the European Union, which are: Licensing, joint-venture with Bar Maisse, a reputable noncompetitive French company, and direct investment. Currently, there is already an offer for a licensing agreement...
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...