How to Survive a Visit from The Joint Commission

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Accreditation by The Joint Commission communicates that a healthcare institution meets criteria related to the safety and quality of patient care. It has even been referred to as the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval—for healthcare. Talent management processes play a major role in ensuring that the accreditation is met. When The Joint Commission surveyors unexpectedly show up at your door for a site visit, what message are you sending? Can you demonstrate compliance and produce the required information in seconds? Could you be signaling to the surveyors that you’re not in control of your processes?

We have to face the music here, people. Paper-based systems are completely inefficient and could lead surveyors to believe that your organization is “behind the times.” Don’t you want to make a site visit go smoothly for you, your managers, and the surveyors themselves? It’s possible, we promise.

In this white paper, you’ll learn how you can be survey-ready by automating these critical processes:

  • Job description communication and approval
  • Competency assessment and validation
  • Performance appraisals tied to goals
  • Learning administration and management
  • Licensure and certification tracking

Download this white paper now to learn how four healthcare organizations have automated their performance and learning processes — making site visits a little easier and less stressful for everyone involved.

About The Editorial Staff

The Editorial Staff is a team of writers with a passion for helping healthcare organizations manage their biggest and most important investment: their employees.