Clinical & Quality

National Patient Safety Goals – Improving Hospital Safety and Quality – Part I
SEP 8

National Patient Safety Goals – Improving Hospital Safety and Quality – Part I

The Joint Commission National Patient Safety Goals, many of which are based on evidence-based standards and recommendations by professional organizations, have been adopted by most hospitals in the United States, regardless of if they are TJC accredited or not.

Data Driven Approach to Medicare Wellness: Good for the Patient, Good for the Practice
AUG 17

Data Driven Approach to Medicare Wellness: Good for the Patient, Good for the Practice

As our population ages, we will not have the capacity to care for patients in the future using the same care models of the past. More emphasis is being placed on population health and ensuring all care delivered meets the quadruple aim.

Caring for the Patient – Not the Technology
JUL 20

Caring for the Patient – Not the Technology

Effective care coordination requires relationship building with patients, care givers, and community resources. These relationships are fostered through communication.

Transforming Patient Engagement through Family-Centered and Population Care
JUL 14

Transforming Patient Engagement through Family-Centered and Population Care

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services began informing health care organizations through the Conditions of Participation that patient centered care was one way to engage patients in their care beginning in 2013.