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2021 Top 5 deficient areas identified by Courtemanche & Associates

1. Competency: With advances in technology and more complex responsibilities amongst staff, the area of competency assessment and reassessment holds a lot of opportunity for improvement. Many organizations struggle with differentiating orientation and competency at the point of hire along with determining which competency assessment should occur on an annual basis. 2. Suicide Risk Identification …

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TJC & CMS Update

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Emergency Preparedness Part III – Can Disasters Be Managed Through a Lens of High Reliability?

By James Ballard, MBA, CPHQ, CPPS, HACP and Christopher Pratt, MS, BSN, RN A Futuristic Perspective for Incident Management In Parts I and II of Emergency Preparedness, we provided an overview of what happens when disaster strikes and a process to trace your current procedure. In Part III, we offer a futuristic viewpoint on High …

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