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The 2020 Comprehensive Accreditation Manual for Nursing Care Centers (CAMNCC) provides the key information your organization needs to power performance improvement and maintain continuous standards compliance. It features all standards, elements of performance (EPs), and scoring applicable January 1, 2020, to all nursing homes and rehabilitation centers, along with the standards and EPs for the Post–Acute Care Certification and Memory Care Certification options.
The CAMNCC provides everything you need to successfully achieve and maintain compliance with Joint Commission accreditation and optional specialty certification standards. Inside you’ll find descriptions of the survey and decision process, questions to prompt discussion in your organization about compliance with the standards, checklists of the elements of performance that require written documentation, and action planning worksheets to address any issues of noncompliance. Get ready to power performance improvement and excellence in your nursing care or rehabilitation center.
"Gold tab" standards requirements including the standards, National Patient Safety Goals, and Accreditation Participation Requirements effective January 1, 2020
Standards and elements of performance for optional post-acute care and memory care certifications
"Blue tab" accreditation process information about Joint Commission policies and procedures and practical survey preparation information on the Early Survey Policy, documentation requirements, and more
Keys to successfully using the manual for survey preparedness
Survey readiness tools including compliance prompts, documentation checklists, and action planning worksheets in every standards chapter
"What's New" summary of changes made since the previous hard copy edition
Icons to help navigate documentation requirements as well as risk areas
Standards: All standards for nursing care centers and rehabilitation centers
Setting: Organizations accredited under the Nursing Care Center Accreditation Program, including those that provide specialized services to patients or residents, which may include rehabilitative care, dementia-specific memory care, and long-term nursing care
Key Audience: Staff responsible for accreditation, compliance, patient safety, or quality improvement
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