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2017 hospital accreditation standards. Joint Commission Resources; 2017. The book contains a Glossary of Terms and every requirement that will be assessed onsite by a Joint Commission surveyor.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-032 2017)

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2016 CMS compliance crosswalk. Cheryl A. Niespodziani and Beth A. Hepola. HCPro, Inc. The crosswalk shows you how to comply with each CoP set forth by CMS and highlights the corresponding requirements from The Joint Commission and other accrediting organizations.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-041 2016)

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2016 hospital accreditation standards. Joint Commission Resources. The standard book is an abridged version of the manual and contains only the "gold tab" standard requirements that will be assessed onsite by a Joint Commission surveyor.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-032 2016)

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Joint Commission survey coordinator’s handbook, seventeenth edition. Patricia Pejakovich, et al. HCPro, Inc. In addition to providing an overview of the regulations and the process, this handbook contains suggestions for managing the process prior to, during, and after regulatory visits. It also contains helpful figures and forms, many of which are currently in use by survey coordinators across the country. Although they are merely illustrations from selected settings, we believe that they will help clarify the recommendations and provide you with a running start in establishing a continuous readiness program within your healthcare organization.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-037 2016)

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2014 The CMS compliance crosswalk. Cheryl A. Niespodziani. HCPro, Inc.; 2014. This new edition provides hospitals with the tools to comply with the CMS and understand the Conditions of Participation (CoP) and Interpretive Guidelines. Plus, it correlates each CoP with The Joint Commission and other accreditors’ standards, providing the only resource you need to assess compliance and stay in a constant state of readiness for unannounced surveys.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-041 2014)

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2000 hospital accreditation standards: Standards and intents. Joint Commission Resources; 2000. Published annually, the 2000 HAS contains all the hospital standards, intent statements, and accreditation policies and procedures in a convenient 6 x 9 format.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-032 2000)

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2001 hospital accreditation standards: Standards and intents. Joint Commission Resources; 2001. Published annually, the 2001 HAS contains all the hospital standards, intent statements, and accreditation policies and procedures in a convenient 6 x 9 format.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-032 2001)

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2002 hospital accreditation standards: Standards and intents. Joint Commission Resources; 2002. Published annually, the 2002 HAS contains all the hospital standards, intent statements, and accreditation policies and procedures in a convenient 6 x 9 format. Also included are the staffing effectiveness standards that go into effect July 1, 2002.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-032 2002)

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2003 hospital accreditation standards: Accreditation policies, standards, intent policies. Joint Commission Resources; 2003.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-032 2003)

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Generalist medicine and the U S health system. Stephen L. Isaacs. Jossey-Bass Publishers; 2004. This comprehensive resource illuminates the past, present, and future of generalist medicine. Generalist Medicine and U.S. Health Policy contains new contributions from preeminent authorities and a selection of groundbreaking articles and reports from the past forty years. The publication covers a broad range of topics that: Examines the current challenges of primary care and generalist medicine. Offers a chronological history of the growth of generalist medicine since the 1950s. Reviews the models of care on which generalist medicine is based. Analyzes the growth of three disciplines general internists, family physicians, and pediatricians, Looks at the supply and distribution of generalist physicians, Discusses the education and training of generalist physicians, Reports on the cost and quality of the care provided by generalist versus specialists.

(Call No. Hlth Care Adm 310-089)

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Hospitalist manual evidence-based approach to medicine. Jeffrey Hay. HealthCare Partners; 2005. Hospitalists are physicians that move from acting as generalists in primary care settings to juggling clinical tasks from several settings - from emergency and intensive care, to acute care medicine and subacute care, including skilled nursing and rehabilitation. Hospitalists also often have to act as business managers and handle issues including the facilitation of communication across disciplines and the oversight of managed care contracts. Authored by HealthCare Partners' Jeffrey Hay, MD, this manual was credited with helping HealthCare Partners of Los Angeles, achieve senior acute care lengths of stay, admission rates, and total bed days that are better than Milliman and Robertson's published benchmarks for strong performance in these areas.

(Call No. Med Staff 113-076)

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Hospital acquired conditions. HCPro, Inc.; 2007. Are you ready? In less than a year, CMS will not pay for eight preventable conditions unless they are documented as present on admission (POA). Is your staff prepared to screen for and protect your patients from these hospital-acquired conditions? This special two-hour audioconference will provide you with the most comprehensive information you need straight from the source.

(Call No. Audio CD 561-164)

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Joint Commission survey coordinator’s handbook, tenth edition. Patricia Pejakovich, et al.. HCPro, Inc.; 2009. What's new in the Tenth Edition? Life Safety Code for the non-engineer. This year the LSC is accessible to survey coordinators and others without an engineering background. Tips for post-survey survival. Advice for exactly what needs to be done in the days and months following your survey - from how to respond to RFIs to maintaining continuous readiness and how to keep up with standards changes throughout the year and new survey readiness tools. The book includes an updated survey readiness chapter (included on the CD) and more than a dozen tools to help prepare for your survey.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-037 2009)

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JCAHO mock survey made simple 2009 edition. Katheryn A. Chamberlain. HCPro, Inc.; 2009. This edition has been revised to include all changes to the CAMH standards, NPSGs, and implementation goals. The comprehensive guide and CD-ROM set clearly and concisely breaks down standards into an easy-to-understand mock survey checklist format, and enables survey committee leaders to easily delegate the right forms to the right people.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-036 2009)

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Hospital executive’s guide to physician staffing. Hugo J. Finarelli, Jr.. HCPro, Inc.; 2009. The book helps hospital CEOs answer a question that healthcare analysts and policymakers have debated for nearly 30 years: How many physicians do you need? The book provides practical approaches for engaging different types of physicians in various markets, including regions facing a shortage.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-049)

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2009 comprehensive accreditation manual for hospitals: The official handbook. Joint Commission Resources; 2009. This manual features everything a hospital needs for continuous standards compliance and operational improvement. Included are standards, rationales, elements of performance, scoring, and a self-assessment grid.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-005v 2009)

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2009 CMS-Joint Commission crosswalk: A side-by-side analysis of the CMS conditions of participation and Joint Commission standards. Cheryl A. Niespodziani. HCPro, Inc.; 2009. This edition will help you determine whether the policies and procedures you have in place to support one standard will gain compliance with the other. This tool will help you efficiently navigate the CMS and Joint Commission requirements and save you time complying with both. For each cross-referenced requirement, you'll find expert analysis, survey tips and documentation suggestions.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-041 2009)

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2009 accreditation process guide for hospitals. Joint Commission Resources; 2009. This easy-to-use, spiral-bound edition also features new self-assessment checklist questions for all elements of performance (EPs) that were reworded or reorganized as part of the Standards Improvement Initiative, including new numbering for all standards. And, the new scoring information is included for all self-assessment questions. Other special features include: mock tracer questions that can be used as an educational tool, a sample tracer narrative from Joint Commission surveyors or experts that is specific to hospitals, updated, detailed explanations of the periodic performance review, tips on how to write plans of action, updated list of all EPs that require measures of success, and updated worksheets to help organizations prepare for an unannounced survey.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-042 2009)

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CMS hospital conditions of participation and interpretive guidelines. HCPro, Inc.; 2010. New in this edition - May 2010 update of Anesthesia Services CoP, which defines in detail who can administer and monitor various anesthesia services, CMS Hospital Conditions of Participation (CoP) and Interpretive Guidelines (IG), released in June 2009, 2009 EMTALA regulations and corresponding Interpretive Guidelines, CMS updates made in October 2008, including recent restraint and seclusion regulation changes, an introduction to help you navigate and track future updates on the CMS Website.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-048 2010)

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2010 hospital accreditation standards: Accreditation policies, standards, elements of performance, scoring. Joint Commission Resources; 2010. This annual compact guide contains all the hospital standards, rationales, elements of performance, scoring information, and accreditation policies and procedures included in the 2010 CAMH, but in a paperback, spiral-bound, 6" x 9" edition. A handy tool, it is designed for use in staff orientation, education, self-assessment, and continuous standards compliance.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-032 2010)

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2010 CMS-Joint Commission crosswalk: A side-by-side analysis of the CMS conditions of participation and Joint Commission standards. Cheryl A. Niespodziani. HCPro, Inc.; 2010. The Crosswalk has been completely revised to reflect the leaner NPSGs, as well as the retired TJC standards that will affect compliance in 2010, relevant CMS Interpretive Guidelines in a side-by-side table format.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-041 2010)

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2011 hospital accreditation standards: Standards, elements of performance, scoring and accreditation policies. Joint Commission Resources; 2011. This annual compact guide contains all the hospital standards, rationales, elements of performance, scoring information, and accreditation policies and procedures included in the 2011 CAMH, but in a paperback, spiral-bound, 6" x 9" edition. A handy tool, it is designed for use in staff orientation, education, self-assessment, and continuous standards compliance.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-032 2011)

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2011 comprehensive accreditation manual for hospitals: The official handbook. Joint Commission Resources; 2011. This refreshed core integrates standards, rationales, elements of performance, scoring, decision rules, National Patient Safety Goals, and policies and procedures for the hospital accreditation program.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-005 2011)

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2011 CMS-Joint Commission crosswalk: A side-by-side analysis of the CMS conditions of participation and Joint Commission standards. Cheryl A. Niespodziani. HCPro, Inc.; 2011. In a practical, side-by-side table format, this fully updated resource walks you through each of the CMS Conditions of Participation (CoP) and relates them to corresponding Joint Commission standards and elements of performance for 2011. Our industry experts provide in-depth analysis and detail the most efficient way to comply with both sets of requirements. The Crosswalk also includes relevant CMS Interpretive Guidelines to give you a complete picture of what to expect when survey day arrives.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-041 2011)

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2012 accreditation process guide for hospitals. Joint Commission Resources; 2012. The guide includes sample survey agendas and tips for conducting mock tracers. In addition, this guide includes a handy compliance assessment checklist for all hospital requirements that helps you to maximize your Periodic Performance Review, note corrective actions needed, and identify areas that require Measures of Success.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-042 2012)

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2012 Joint Commission and CMS crosswalk: Comparing hospital standards and CoPs. Joint Commission Resources; 2012. This crosswalk is the authoritative side-by-side comparison of Joint Commission hospital accreditation standards and Medicare hospital CoPs--the only crosswalk of its kind reviewed and approved by The Joint Commission.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-050 2012)

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2012 CMS-Joint Commission crosswalk: A side-by-side analysis of the CMS conditions of participation and Joint Commission standards. Cheryl A. Niespodziani. HCPro, Inc.; 2012. The book outlines, or crosswalks, the CMS CoP and TJC standards and elements of performance (EP). Its goal is to provide a tool to help organizations understand the requirements, see the similarities as well as differences between the requirements, and identify the documents or processes that are already in place so that they can prepare for one or both surveys without duplicating efforts.

(Call No. Hosp Adm 312-041 2012)

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