Ambulatory Joint Commission Meeting August 12, 2009. Presented by: The CMS Debriefing Workgroup. Recap Last Meeting. Overview of the Ambulatory Joint Commission structure Reorganization of work groups Demo of Ambulatory Joint Commission Folder Policies and Procedures 101
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Ambulatory Joint Commission Meeting August 12, 2009
The CMS Debriefing Workgroup
You have colleagues and systems to keep your heads above water!!
You know a lot of this content, however, we all need to have the same knowledge base!
Q: What is the single most important measure to prevent the transmission of organisms?
A: Hand hygiene
Q: Who is your floor marshal for emergency evacuation?
A. Name of person
How are they different?
E2 – Everybody/Every day
CMS & JCAHO concern: It was not clear that we had a STANDARDway to assure that NO items in the code cart are expiredat any given time.
* ED uses their dashboard,which can be printed from any computer.
Boy, who said this was going to be tough?
Although it is important to segregate all biohazard waste:
of the annual mandatory
Did you say chart audit??
I’m all ears!