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Advanced Disease-Specific Care Certification/Disease-Specific Care/Blog Updates

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Solutions are for Sharing

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The Core Measure Solution Exchange is accessible only to employees of Joint Commission-accredited organizations through The Joint Commission Connect™ extranet site. It’s an interactive forum for organizations to exchange quality improvement practices electronically, on a portal that’s separate from the accreditation process and not accessible to the public.

Related Items: Accreditation , Certification , Core Measure Solutions Exchange

11/28/2016
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Solutions are for Sharing

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The Core Measure Solution Exchange is accessible only to employees of Joint Commission-accredited organizations through The Joint Commission Connect™ extranet site. It’s an interactive forum for organizations to exchange quality improvement practices electronically, on a portal that’s separate from the accreditation process and not accessible to the public.

Related Items: Accreditation , Certification , Core Measure Solutions Exchange

11/28/2016
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Reading the Tea Leaves for 2016-17 Flu Season

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While nobody can predict how severe the 2016-17 flu season will be, many public health officials are expressing concern that the removal of the pain-free—but ineffective— flu mist will result in fewer vaccinations against flu.

Related Items: Influenza , Accreditation , Certification , Education Resources , Influenza Pandemic

11/11/2016
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Reading the Tea Leaves for 2016-17 Flu Season

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While nobody can predict how severe the 2016-17 flu season will be, many public health officials are expressing concern that the removal of the pain-free—but ineffective— flu mist will result in fewer vaccinations against flu.

Related Items: Influenza , Accreditation , Certification , Education Resources , Influenza Pandemic

11/11/2016
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Teaming Up Against Workplace Violence

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The Joint Commission just launched a workplace violence prevention portal to support health care organizations in preventing, preparing for and mitigating the impact of workplace violence. Violent situations occurring across our country spill over into our emergency departments (EDs), behavioral health settings and elsewhere.

Related Items: Leadership , Violence , Blog , Workplace Violence Prevention

10/19/2016
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Teaming Up Against Workplace Violence

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The Joint Commission just launched a workplace violence prevention portal to support health care organizations in preventing, preparing for and mitigating the impact of workplace violence. Violent situations occurring across our country spill over into our emergency departments (EDs), behavioral health settings and elsewhere.

Related Items: Leadership , Violence , Blog , Workplace Violence Prevention

10/19/2016
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One Index to Rule Them All

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We have thousands of web pages, periodical articles, books, monographs, videos, webinars, podcasts, lessons, etc. You name it, we have it. Only problem is, how do you search through it? Now we have an answer. We are very pleased to announce an important and useful new resource: The Joint Commission Enterprise Content Library Index (ECL Index).

Related Items: Leadership , Blog

06/07/2016
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One Index to Rule Them All

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We have thousands of web pages, periodical articles, books, monographs, videos, webinars, podcasts, lessons, etc. You name it, we have it. Only problem is, how do you search through it? Now we have an answer. We are very pleased to announce an important and useful new resource: The Joint Commission Enterprise Content Library Index (ECL Index).

Related Items: Leadership , Blog

06/07/2016
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Addressing the No. 1 issue

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When something is ranked No. 1, it’s best to take notice. When it’s the No. 1 cause of immediate threat to life and preliminary denial of accreditation, it’s even better to take action. So we did with our latest BoosterPak.

Related Items: Leadership , Blog

02/12/2016
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Addressing the No. 1 issue

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When something is ranked No. 1, it’s best to take notice. When it’s the No. 1 cause of immediate threat to life and preliminary denial of accreditation, it’s even better to take action. So we did with our latest BoosterPak.

Related Items: Leadership , Blog

02/12/2016
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Planning for the Journey

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In recent years, high reliability has become more and more that “hot” destination. Health care leaders want to know more about what it is and what it looks like. The Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare’s new Oro™ 2.0 High Reliability Assessment & Resources can be a guide to help an organization along the high-reliability journey.

Related Items: Leadership , High Reliability , Blog , Oro 2.0

11/10/2015
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Planning for the Journey

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In recent years, high reliability has become more and more that “hot” destination. Health care leaders want to know more about what it is and what it looks like. The Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare’s new Oro™ 2.0 High Reliability Assessment & Resources can be a guide to help an organization along the high-reliability journey.

Related Items: Leadership , High Reliability , Blog , Oro 2.0

11/10/2015
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A Digital Decade

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We have more machines that see and do more than ever before to help take care of patients. Though we may not recognize it, one of the biggest technological advances in health care has been our ability to record, store and share patient information using health IT – electronic health records (EHRs), in particular. Used wisely, health IT can increase patient safety and deliver relevant clinical information that improves patient care and shared decision making.

Related Items: Leadership , Blog , Safe Health IT

10/06/2015
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A Digital Decade

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We have more machines that see and do more than ever before to help take care of patients. Though we may not recognize it, one of the biggest technological advances in health care has been our ability to record, store and share patient information using health IT – electronic health records (EHRs), in particular. Used wisely, health IT can increase patient safety and deliver relevant clinical information that improves patient care and shared decision making.

Related Items: Leadership , Blog , Safe Health IT

10/06/2015
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Taking time out before procedures: a team effort

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It’s not just a Joint Commission requirement nor one more check on the checklist. Taking a time out is actually a team effort, with every member in the surgical suite or procedure room accountable to the patient and his or her teammates.

Related Items: Leadership , Patient Safety , Time Out Day , Blog

06/08/2015
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Taking time out before procedures: a team effort

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It’s not just a Joint Commission requirement nor one more check on the checklist. Taking a time out is actually a team effort, with every member in the surgical suite or procedure room accountable to the patient and his or her teammates.

Related Items: Leadership , Patient Safety , Time Out Day , Blog

06/08/2015
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Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Vigilance Needed to Minimize Unauthorized Access to Vehicles

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What do an ambulance, delivery van, police cruiser, snow plow and private car all have in common? They’ve all been stolen from hospitals by patients or other individuals in the past year.

Related Items: Blog

04/14/2015
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Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Vigilance Needed to Minimize Unauthorized Access to Vehicles

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What do an ambulance, delivery van, police cruiser, snow plow and private car all have in common? They’ve all been stolen from hospitals by patients or other individuals in the past year.

Related Items: Blog

04/14/2015
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All patients, all together

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At one point or another, we’ve all been patients. We’ve had ailments. We’ve had injuries. We put our care in the hands of others. That’s why Patient Safety Awareness Week is so important.

Related Items: Patient Safety , Blog

03/06/2015
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All patients, all together

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At one point or another, we’ve all been patients. We’ve had ailments. We’ve had injuries. We put our care in the hands of others. That’s why Patient Safety Awareness Week is so important.

Related Items: Patient Safety , Blog

03/06/2015
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Hospital Security – Different Approaches to Mitigate Violence

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The Joint Commission’s monthly Leadership blog is written by leaders at The Joint Commission to promote the sharing of knowledge and information, and to support and inspire health care professionals in their efforts to improve health care for the future.

Related Items: Blog

02/18/2015
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Hospital Security – Different Approaches to Mitigate Violence

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The Joint Commission’s monthly Leadership blog is written by leaders at The Joint Commission to promote the sharing of knowledge and information, and to support and inspire health care professionals in their efforts to improve health care for the future.

Related Items: Blog

02/18/2015
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It’s Time to Solve the Long Standing Environment of Care Issues

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In looking over the standards non-compliance trends in the last few years, the environment of care and life safety code issues continue to be the most often scored non-compliant standards in hospitals.

Related Items: Environment of Care , Blog

01/14/2015
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It’s Time to Solve the Long Standing Environment of Care Issues

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In looking over the standards non-compliance trends in the last few years, the environment of care and life safety code issues continue to be the most often scored non-compliant standards in hospitals.

Related Items: Environment of Care , Blog

01/14/2015
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Crisis Response

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Every day, there is more news about Ebola. While the CDC remains a primary source of information, we know our customers, along with other health care organizations, are looking to us for guidance, too. So we are launching a new Ebola Preparedness page on our website that will house all our Ebola resources and link to credible outside resources as well.

Related Items: Leadership , Blog , Ebola Preparedness

10/17/2014
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