ATTENTION In-House Counsel and MSPs: Do these negligent credentialing scenarios sound familiar? Adverse Outcome Sheds Light on Checkered Past: A family sits by the bedside waiting for their loved one to wake up in the hospital after undergoing surgery. They need to figure out how to tell the patient that the surgery did not go well…. [Read More]
11/9/2017 – This webinar will present an analysis of recent survey findings in Life Safety and the Environment of Care, as well as a look at root causes with the aim of pinpointing common challenges, as well as mapping practical solutions. Register Now!
11/2/2017 – This webinar will present an analysis of recent survey findings at psychiatric facilities, as well as a look at root causes with the aim of pinpointing common challenges, as well as mapping practical solutions. Register Now!
The Greeley Company invites you to download a complimentary copy of The Case for Simplification: How Hospitals Can Get Clinicians Back to the Bedside, recently published in Becker’s Hospital Review. This article includes…
By now everyone should be well aware that two categories of standards rise to the top in the volume of regulatory findings. These are Environment of Care and Infection Prevention and Control. One standard in particular receives a lot of citations varying widely in range: Joint Commission Infection Prevention and Control standard IC.02.02.01. However, while… [Read More]
You may have heard in passing that the FDA banned the use of powdered gloves in January 2017 due to patient and employee safety. You may have moved on thinking the use of these antiquated gloves was not an issue for you. Think you are safe? Who uses or orders powdered gloves anymore? Think again…. [Read More]
Summary: The Greeley Company’s consulting model is intended to help hospitals and their affiliated Medical Staffs build and strengthen effective leadership and oversight processes. We teach and reinforce the Greeley Medical Staff Leadership Model and the Framework for Sustained Compliance to help hospitals attain and maintain lasting and value-driven improvements to safety, experience and efficiency…. [Read More]
How to clarify Don’t get hung up on the clarification format. Sometimes explanations don’t fit well into the Joint Commission’s “who, when, what, how, and why” outline and your explanation won’t be clear. Future posts will walk you through specific examples of successful clarifications, but overall you will need to demonstrate: that the hospital had… [Read More]
Rumor has it that the Joint Commission removed the option to clarify survey findings. This rumor is not true. It is more important than ever to make sure that corrective actions are based on accurate findings lest we get off track by trying to fix things that are not broken. What went away at the… [Read More]
The Joint Commission has proposed some changes to it’s national patient safety goal for suicide prevention. The proposed requirements were posted for comments on Monday, March 20 and comments will be accepted as part of the filed review through May 1, 2017. The suicide safety goal continues to apply only to patients in behavioral health… [Read More]