Key to Quality: A Guide to Joint Commission Home Care Survey and Accreditation
Joint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations, Dec 1, 1989 - Medical - 324 pages
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accreditation decision Accreditation Program adverse drug reactions and/or appropriate staff care/service caregivers Cl Yes clinical compliance consistently reﬂect contract delineates delivery demonstrate described documentation indicate documentation reﬂect drug elements equipment management services evaluation Example HH ganization goveming governing body Home Care Accreditation home care organization home care organization,s home care record home care services home care staff home health services home visits identiﬁed implemented inconsistencies Intent Process Intent Score interviews and home Joint Commission maintenance meets the intent ment monitoring occupational therapy organiza oxygen parenteral Partial Hospitalization patient,s/client,s patient/client needs patient/client services patients patients/clients receiving physical therapy policies and procedures Process and documentation Process reﬂects psychosocial qualiﬁed quality assurance Required Characteristic respiratory safety Score 3 Process scoring guidelines services provided speciﬁc staff interviews staff member standards support service staff survey process surveyor tion total parenteral nutrition written policies Yes Cl