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2006 Risk management: Assessing risk in medical documentation: Comprehensive medical records can be your greatest protection Joint Commission Perspectives on Patient Safety 6 (2) 3-8
As the international division of Joint Commission Resources
, JCI has been working with healthcare organisations, ministries of health, and global organisations in over 80 countries since 1994.
Additional materials are available for purchase through Joint Commission Resources
. The following is a list of the "Speak Up" initiatives in place at this time:
Mache as chief information officer for the enterprise, which includes The Joint Commission, Joint Commission Resources
and the Joint Commission Center for Transforming Healthcare.
She is currently a laboratory consultant for Joint Commission Resources
In addition, Joint Commission and its publishing subsidiary, Joint Commission Resources
(JCR), offer access to brochures, newsletters, and white papers through the website's library link.
She is a fellow of the American Academy of Nursing, at-large nursing commissioner on The Joint Commission board, and member of the Joint Commission Resources
Consultative assistance is provided by Joint Commission Resources
(JCR), a separate not-for-profit organization created by The Joint Commission.
A key accreditation player is the Joint Commission International, which Beichl said "has created standards for provider accreditation that are a first step toward internationally improved quality consciousness." JCI is a division of Joint Commission Resources
, a U.S.-based nonprofit organization that accredits and certifies more than 15,000 health care organizations and programs in the United States.
The JCI is a division of Joint Commission Resources
(JCR), the not-for-profit affiliate of the Joint Commission and has been involved in the healthcare sector across the UAE since May 2006, with the mission of improving safety and quality of care.
Reducing Medical Errors is the topic for a series of online programs co-sponsored by AACN and Joint Commission Resources
JCI is a division of Joint Commission Resources
which is the largest accreditor of health-care organizations in the United States that surveys nearly 20,000 health-care programs through a voluntary accreditation process.