JACHO

AcronymDefinition
JACHOJoint Commission on Accreditation of Healthcare Organizations
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She developed one of the first JACHO accredited short-term rehabilitation programs in Connecticut while she was Director of Rehabilitation at the Hebrew Home & Hospital.
Both JACHO and hospitals generally require that the discharge summary include a complete description of the patient's care and treatment, a summary of any laboratory and X-ray findings, a description of the patient's diagnosis, and a prognosis.
This Lockable IV cart meets all of the new JACHO regulations, providing mobile security for IVs with medications.
Joint Commission International (JCI), an international subsidiary of JACHO, is the USA focused Joint Accreditation Commission for HealthCare Organizations, and is currently leading the global accreditation standards of medical tourism.
JACHO will require each health care entity to have a system in place to evaluate their performance and the quality of care delivered.
The Martti(tm) system will assist Olympia Medical Center comply with all ADA, JACHO, and HIPAA regulations.
The Martti(tm) system will help Indian River Memorial Hospital comply with all ADA, JACHO, and HIPAA regulations.
He has a strong record in implementing evidence-based medicine practices and brings proven methods for improving patient satisfaction and performance across CMS core measures and JACHO quality indicators.
The managed care services have acquired certification from both NCQA and JACHO.
CEM and the new ADE tracking component, coupled with our FlexiMed Pharmacy System provide the data access, tracking and trending information we need to comply with JACHO guidelines, reduce chances for medical errors, and reduce costs.
Ademas de los kates, las brujas, los encantos y los arcos, los habitantes de Altos de la Cruz en oportunidades mencionan a los jachos y los describen como una bola incandescente que se ve en medio de la oscuridad de la noche.