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Emergency Department Compliance Manual, 2012 Edition provides everything you need to stay in compliance with complex emergency department regulations. The list of questions helps you quickly locate specific guidance on difficult legal areas such as: Complying with COBRA Dealing with psychiatric patients Negotiating consent requirements Obtaining...
Emergency Department Compliance Manual, 2012 Edition provides everything you need to stay in compliance with complex emergency department regulations. The list of questions helps you quickly locate specific guidance on difficult legal areas such as: Complying with COBRA Dealing with psychiatric patients Negotiating consent requirements Obtaining reimbursement for ED services Avoiding employment law problems Emergency Department Compliance Manual also features first-hand advice from staff members at hospitals that have recently navigated a Joint Commission survey and includes frank and detailed information. Organized by topic, it allows you to readily compare the experiences of different hospitals. Because of the Joint Commission's hospital-wide, function-based approach to evaluating compliance, it's been difficult to know specifically what's expected of you in the ED...Emergency Department Compliance Manual includes a concise grid outlining the most recent Joint Commission standards which will help you learn what responsibilities you have for demonstrating compliance. Plus, Emergency Department Compliance Manual includes sample documentation that hospitals across the country have used to show compliance with legal requirements and Joint Commission standards: Age-related competencies Patient assessment policies and procedures Consent forms Advance directives Policies and protocols Roles and responsibilities of ED staff Quality improvement tools Conscious sedation policies and procedures Triage, referral, and discharge policies and procedures And much more! Emergency Department Compliance Manual has been updated to include new and updated legal and regulatory information affecting your ED, including: Updated questions and answers, covering such topics as: HIPAA and Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) ADAAA & GINA final regulations HHS statement of Hill-Burton responsibilities CMS Physician Quality Reporting System (PQRS) and electronic prescribing incentives reimbursement Red flag updates Hospital Outpatient Quality Reporting (OQR) program requirements Emergency consent for children and adolescents Age discrimination Best practices and creative strategies for ED overcrowding New Joint Commission survey questions and answers Updated sections on hospital accreditation standards New forms, policies, and other reference materials to facilitate compliance, including: Special Accommodations Form and Policy and Procedure ED Use of Narcotics and Sedatives and High Alert Medications ED Key Performance Indicators and Target Times Day of Survey Instruction for Greeter Director/Manager/Supervisor Packet First Responder Unit Inspection Checklist for Survey Day of Survey Instruction for Command Center Coordinator Day of Survey Instruction and Worksheet for Scout Command Center Day(s) of Survey Procedure ED Registrar Duties ED Front Desk Registrar Job Script Chart Review Checklist CMS, DNV, and Joint Commission Standards Checklist, which has been updated and now also includes DNV standards
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