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  • Joint Commission
    PolicySource: P&Ps for Compliance with Joint Commission Requirements - Hospital Version
    Edition: 2020
    / user per year

Content Description

An annual subscription to PolicySource will provide access to dozens of standardized sample P&Ps for hospitals. The P&Ps will be reviewed and updated as needed alongside the twice-annual release of updated Joint Commission standards. Key Topics: • Why P&Ps are critical and how best to develop and manage them • Role of P&Ps in quality improvement and patient safety • Continuous standards compliance and survey readiness • How to improve and create consistent P&Ps across care sites following a merger or acquisition • Samples of required P&Ps for Joint Commission hospital accreditation • Samples of P&Ps identified by customers as being the most valuable, including those on infection prevention and control, the physical environment, medication management, and more Key Features: • Dozens of downloadable and customizable P&Ps on a wide range of accreditation-related topics • Trusted content reviewed by subject matter experts from The Joint Commission • Regular updates to match Joint Commission standards changes • Checklist of all Joint Commission requirements that call for written P&Ps • Standardized templates for writing and managing your own hospital P&Ps • Easy-to-navigate online portal Standards: Various accreditation standards Setting: Hospital Key Audience: • Accreditation professionals • Hospital leaders and administrators responsible for developing, managing, updating, and communicating P&Ps • Performance improvement specialists • Clinical leadership • Infection control practitioners • Medication safety officers • Patient safety officers • Human resources professionals • Health care facility managers

About Joint Commission

The mission of The Joint Commission is to continuously improve health care for the public, in collaboration with other stakeholders, by evaluating health care organizations and inspiring them to excel in providing safe and effective care of the highest quality and value. Its vision is that all people always experience the safest, highest quality, best-value health care across all settings.